Manley later told police Zariel "took up more space than [he] felt it deserved", The Orlando Sentinel reported. In the police report, officers note that Ramirez is "visibly pregnant" and that Manley allegedly touched Ramirez and Silvay's two children, who were traveling with them.
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. Another man is also heard yelling, "Where's the police?"
But according to a report by the Orlando Police Department, which was obtained by ABC News, Manley "punched it with a closed fist", causing Zariel to yelp and take cover under a seat.
According to a police report, Timothy Manley was travelling from Colorado Springs, Colorado, along with his wife, Petrini Manley, 56, and Joshua Manley, 27, all from Gainesville.
"It's amusing and hilarious that I would have punched her", he said.
Ramirez said she and her husband, Matt Silva, were appalled by Manley's actions, and Silva confronted the man.
Off the plane, the passengers' feud appeared to escalate.
"I saw a woman, I couldn't really understand what she was saying", he said.
Manley's wife told WFTV that the way Silvay was acting made it seem like he was trying to hold them hostage. Ramirez has said she wants to see charges filed against Manley and is willing to testify in court.
Everyone involved in the incident declined medical treatment.
No one was arrested following the incident, but the FBI is investigating the case because it happened on a plane, according to ABC news.