"At some point, Hazel was punched in the stomach by Timothy and [Ramirez and Silvay's] two children were touched by Timothy", according to the police report. Manley also allegedly pushed Ramirez' young daughters, she told the station.
Manley then punched the service dog, Zariel. A flight attendant had alerted police, and as officers boarded the plane, Manley allegedly told them, "It took you all long enough to get here", the Orlando Sentinel reported.
When the plane landed and began to taxi to the gate, Zariel stood up. Police said Timothy Manley thought the dog was taking up too much space, became enraged and punched the animal with a closed fist, causing her to yelp, shake her head and hide under a seat. She and her husband are additionally deaf, and have been touring with their service canine, a Nice Dane named Zariel.
Chaos ensued onboard an airplane when police say a man punched a service dog in its face because his wife was allergic.
"It's amusing and hilarious that I would have punched her", he said.
"So my husband gets mad and yelled at the man to tell him never touch any dogs or service animals", she explained in a message to the news agency. Before authorities arrived, Manley punched Ramirez in the stomach and Silva tackled Manley to try to prevent him from evading police, according to the report.
Ramirez has indicated she wishes to press charges.
Frontier released a statement saying, " The safety and security of our passengers is our top priority at Frontier.
Video taken inside Orlando International Airport, where the flight from Colorado Springs, Colorado, landed, captured two men chasing each other around the terminal on Thursday.
Because the altercation happened on a plane, the incident was handed over to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which is investigating, Michelle Guido, a Orlando Police Department spokeswoman, told the Sentinel.
A spokesperson from the airline said police were contacted immediately and were there to help de-escalate the situation.