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Raw video: A drunken passenger was removed from an airplane after a flight that makes a stop in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, usa. The man is shown being arrested by the police for public intoxication.
A Dallas-bound American Airlines flight was diverted to Oklahoma City, about 20 minutes prior to the landing at the intended destination on Sunday because of a drunken passenger became aggressive, the passengers cheered when the police have him removed from the plane.
Dr. Ganus, 32, was the flight from Pittsburgh to Dallas to make an emergency landing at will Rogers World Airport, after he began shouting obscenities and threatening others, according to the report.
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According to FOX 25, Ganus, had to be physically restrained by the crew and the passengers, with a plastic ” zip-cuffs and duct tape.
As soon as the flight landed, police boarded the plane and removed the Ganus from the plane to the applause of the other passengers. In-released bodycam video of the incident, the police focused on a man by another passenger saying, “Go and get him.”
In the footage, the man is heard slurring his words and asked the police to where they were before, they will be escorted off.
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“The people on board did everything they could to win it,” said Master Sgt. Gary Knight with the Oklahoma City Police Department told KOCO. “It’s not easy. He repeated the threats in the direction of the officers and called them names.”
Ganus was arrested and taken out of the room, in a wheelchair, and after it refused to run, FOX 25 reported.
The man was said to have been confronted with the charges of public intoxication, resisting arrest, assault and battery, and disorderly conduct.
In a statement to Fox News, American Airlines confirmed the incident and said that the flight was leaving for Dallas at 12:24 a.m., about an hour after he got off the plane in Oklahoma City.
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“We would like to thank all of our crew members, along with a number of clients that will be assisted during this situation,” the statement read.