Delta flight diverted to Detroit airport over "unruly passenger"

ATLANTA - APRIL 30: A Boeing 757 with a new Delta Airlines logo sits on the tarmac following the company's emergence from bankruptcy at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport April 30,2007 in Atlanta, Georgia. The 757 sports new branding that will

A Delta flight traveling from Los Angeles to New York was diverted to Detroit Metropolitan Airport due to a "customer issue" Friday morning  

The flight arrived at DTW early Friday morning where "the customer was met by law enforcement upon landing."

A video of the aftermath posted on Twitter showed a woman being taken out of the gate where the plane had landed on a stretcher.

"Ya'll see me get physical with anybody on the flight?" the woman asks. "Was I physical with any of ya'll?"

It's unclear what exactly unfolded on the flight.

In a statement, the airline said it apologized for the inconvenience to any of the other travelers. 

"Delta flight 1131 operating from Los Angeles to New York-JFK diverted to Detroit after a customer issue on board. The customer was met by law enforcement upon landing. We apologize to our customers for any inconvenience, though the safety and well-being of our customers and crew is always Delta's top priority."

A previous statement confirmed they had an "unruly passenger."