An Aeroflot passenger who would have been drinking got into a fight with the steward about a phone is missing.
Another day, another plane to fight…
An Aeroflot passenger was caught on video in a heated discussion with members of the crew — seemingly about a missing mobile phone.
The man, who, according to the airline had been drinking on the flight from Moscow to Tel Aviv, had to be restrained by another passenger when he on violent the direction of the steward, shouting at him and tries to punch him, Metro reported.
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The fight allegedly broke out after the man thought he lost his phone and the fault of the airline, although he later the phone in his possession, according to Metro.
While the passenger is screaming in Russian, Metro reports that at one point he yells, “Where did you get that? I will f–k you.”
He also reportedly said the steward, “Let’s find out in Moscow. We meet in Solntsevo.”
A spokesperson for Aeroflot told Fox News the angry passenger had ignored written warnings from the captain about his disruptive behaviour”, and that upon arrival in Tel Aviv, he was transferred to the Israeli police.
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“We are conducting a full investigation of this incident … Aeroflot has a zero-tolerance approach to anti-social behaviour on board, and violence against crew members, and will take action against passengers who violate the rules,” the spokesman said.
“Under the new amendments of the Russian Transport Code which came into force in June, Aeroflot has the right to blacklist disruptive passengers and a ban of all Aeroflot flights for up to a year.”
Michelle Gant is a writer and editor for Fox News Lifestyle.