Naked passenger forces turnaround of Alaska Airlines flight
An Alaska Airlines flight from Anchorage to Seattle was forced to make a U-turn Wednesday due to a intrusive naked passenger, officers said.
The naked passenger supposedly locked himself in the plane’s restroom, taken away from all his invests and refused to comply with the flight’s gang instructions.
“Alaska Airlines flight 146 from Anchorage to Seattle returned to Anchorage due to a passenger not following flight attendant’s instructions. While no emergency was certified, the decision was made to return to Anchorage, ” the airlines’ spokesperson said.
The FBI and airport police were present at the airport shortly after the plane landed in Anchorage.
Kate Danyluk, another passenger on the flight, told me that she knew there was mistaken because cabin crew preserved ambling backward and forward in the alleys, wearing rubber gloves.
“The police came on and made him out the back entrance, ” Danyluk said.
“The police came on and made him out the back door.”
It persisted iffy if the suppose was apprehended. The FBI did not return reproduced letters to the Associated Press on Wednesday.
“There was a subject on the aircraft that had barricaded or locked himself in the lavatory, the john, ” airport police Sgt. Darcy Perry told Anchorage station KTV-ATV. “Flight assistants did find that the subject was naked.”
Despite the incident, Danyluk said she will wish to “go back to Anchorage than have something happen. Safety first.”
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