This is the bizarre moment a Nashville airport cop threatens to arrest Southwest passengers after the airline called the police on those waiting to rebook their tickets.
The officer, who has not been named, marshaled stranded customers away from the gate in Tennessee after their flights were canceled.
He accused them of trespassing and said they had no right to be there because they no longer had a valid ticket.
It comes after Southwest plunged into meltdown as it shelved thousands of planes and left tens of thousands stuck away from home for the holidays.
The airline's stocks continued to plummet on Wednesday, falling five percent to make it over 12 percent in the last five days.