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Drunk EasyJet passenger tries to eat the phone, by e-mail to attack the crew for the emergency landing

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A drunk passenger on board an EasyJet flight from Manchester, great Britain, Iceland, he became an in-flight snack, and after a violent outburst, which prompted the flight to make an emergency landing in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Matthew Flaherty, 44, was charged Monday with disorderly conduct, to act in a manner that may present a hazard to others, and the utterance of threats of violence and making racist remarks in a January 2019 at the latest incident.

According to reports, the incident began Jan. 28, when Flaherty took a bottle of liquor out of his carry-on bag, and started chugging it, while on the run. Once drunk, the man started to verbally harass a nearby female passenger. When she ignored him, he said to her, “f— off” and threatened to “kill her family”, the Edinburgh Live, have been reported.

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The man was disorderly conduct, not on the ground, however. For a time, was arrested in Scotland and taken to the police station, Flaherty continued his verbal assault.
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As soon as the flight attendants tried to intervene, Flaherty threatened them, reportedly telling a member of the flight crew, “I’m going to kill you if you don’t shut up.”

The crew expressed their concern to the pilot, the decision was made to land. In the fall, Flaherty has allegedly pulled out his cell phone and began to dismantle it and chew it to pieces. The battery fell off the phone, and it began to smolder on the bottom.

A nearby attendant, “did the battery charge up and put it in a cup of water to cool it down to avoid a potential fire hazard.

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The man was disorderly conduct, not on the ground, however. For a time, was arrested in Scotland and taken to the police station, Flaherty went on to put a verbal tirade. He was repeatedly threatened and hurled racial slurs at the officers.

Flaherty’s lawyer claimed that his client’s behavior was unlike him, and it was due to a combination of alcohol and painkillers he had been prescribed, which had a negative impact on his behavior.”

The man pleaded guilty to the charges and is facing possible jail time.

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A spokesman for EasyJet does not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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