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Jet2 passenger a fine of $106G for the violent outburst, threatening to kill, “It was as if she was possessed’

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Chaos broke out in the high skies on a Jet2 flight at the end of the previous month, as a passenger, flew into a violent outburst, is said to have threatened to “kill” everybody on board is trying to open the emergency exit, which triggered a hijack alert.

Two of the Royal Air Force (RAF) fighter jets were rushed to escort the commercial aircraft to make an emergency landing in Essex, England, as the wife was physically restrained for the rest of the trip. She has since been slapped with a $106,000 fine and banned from flying with Jet2 for a living.

On June 22, Chloe Haines was the journey to and from London Stansted Airport to, Dalaman airport, Turkey to the north, and her brother, The Sun reports. About 45 minutes after the start of the 25-year-old british woman allegedly took off with the “aggressive, violent and dangerous behaviour” if they tried to open the aircraft emergency exit, and to be physically pulled off to the flight attendants, for each outlet, and in a press release, shared with Fox News by the airline.

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The passenger, Steve Brown, who previously worked as a bouncer, rushed to the limit Released, and he described her as a “super strength” as they kicked and punched flight attendants, reports the Metro.

“She was only petite, but she had the strength of a full grown man. The only time I have seen something like this before, it was as if someone had a disappointment, she had super strength,” he said, as well as by The Sun. “It was as if she was possessed.”

The passenger, Amy and Varol echoing similar sentiments, said that it is a lot of the people on board feared for their lives when the distraught woman began to scream, “get away from me, I’m going to have to kill anyone.”

Two of the RAF’s supersonic Typhoon fighter jets will soon be drastically interfered with the creation of a sonic boom to blast through the sound barrier as they raced to react to the apparent emergency.

The plane was diverted to Stansted Airport, representatives from Jet2 confirmed to Fox News. Upon deplaning, Released and was arrested by Essex Police on charges of assault, criminal damage and a threat to the aircraft. They have been released on bail until August. 21, reports say.

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Jet2 passenger, Amy, Varol said, that is a lot of people are in fear for their lives as the distraught woman began to scream, “get away from me, I’m going to have to kill anyone.”
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Video footage of the gruesome trials that are shared on YouTube, The Sun is represented, Released a restrained in a seat by the others if she cries and screams fades.

When she was arrested, Essex Police, saying that Haines was detained under the mental health act.

The woman was slapped with a $106,000 fine and a lifetime ban from flying with Jet2.

“Miss Haines’ behavior is one of the most serious instances of disruptive passenger behavior that we have experienced. They will have to face the consequences of her actions,” Jet2 CEO Steve Heapy said.
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“Miss Haines’ behavior is one of the most serious instances of disruptive passenger behavior that we have experienced. They will have to face the consequences of our actions, and we will vigorously pursue to recover the costs that we incur as a result of this transfer,” Steve Heapy, CEO of the Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, said in a news release.

“As a family-friendly airline, we are taking a zero tolerance approach to disruptive behaviour, and we are hoping that this is a serious incident with very serious consequences, and offers a stark warning to those who think that they can behave in this fashion,” Heapy added to it.

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Just two weeks before its outburst in the high skies, Released, from, Maidenhead, Berkshire, is said to have been brought in for drunk driving, The Sun reports.

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