Susan Peirez, a state employee who works for governor Cuomo as program director for the NYS Council on the Arts, was booted off a Delta Airlines Flight from JFK to Syracuse last week. She complained of an 8 month old crying baby seated near her and following that up by threatening a flight attendant with her job.  The woman's tirade was captured on video by the 19 year old mother of the child. has the story and the video tirade which starts with a very 'stressed out' Peirez  angry at the woman filming the video, 19 year Marissa Rundell, over the teenage mom's crying baby. "She came to the back and slammed her bags down. She said 'this is f----- ridiculous. It's bulls--- having to sit in the back of the plane,'" Rundell recalled.

When Rundell asked Peirez to stop swearing around her young child, Peirez allegedly said "shut the f--- up and shove it." "I work for the governor," she can be heard saying at the beginning of the video, referring to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. "You may not have a job tomorrow," Peirez told a flight attendant before being removed from the plane on Feb. 6.

Susan Peirez has been suspended from her job.