After a few minutes, officials escorted Bogomolsky and Shafir away from the plane and then asked them to leave the area, the television station reported. When they refused, deputies were called to the scene. Deputies told the couple they were risking arrest if they did not leave, but Shafir dared officials to arrest her, according to the Sun-Sentinel.
When a deputy tried to handcuff Shafir, they struggled and fell to the floor and the woman bit the deputy on the arm, according to the arrest report. Bogomolsky tried to grab the deputy's gun from his holster during the scuffle, the Sun-Sentinel reported. The second deputy injured his knee and thumb while struggling with Bogomolsky, the newspaper reported.
Paramedics took both deputies to a hospital for treatment, WPLG reported.