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Terrified passengers were said to have been forced to pin down a woman who was being attacked by the cabin crew and tried to open the plane door in mid-flight.
The Jet2 flight was reportedly forced to run on a Saturday and had to be escorted home by the Royal Air Force on jet. The residents living in the vicinity of the Airport, Stansted airport, reported hearing a loud sonic boom as the jets scrambled to intercept the flight.
The incident occurred on a flight from Stansted airport, near London, to australia, The Sun reports. According to the passenger, 25-year-old woman was found to be intoxicated and had to be pinned to her seat by a member of the crew and the passengers. While being held, the woman allegedly continued to scream and bit her escape.
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Amy Varol, who claimed that she was on the flight, posted on Twitter, “How do I get on a plane to go to turkey after being in the air for about 45 minutes, some drunk girl (on drugs) to attack the cabin crew, and then tries to open the door of the plane!! 6 people like her, they scream to bite people, and now she is in a session is to be held down by 4 men, and my brother and cousin. This is a terrible thing for anyone to have to scream and cry. Now that we are back at the terminal building, waiting for the police to come for her. I will go to turkey.”
When is the flight back to Heathrow, the local authorities were waiting to take the woman into custody. They will be faced with the accusations of physical abuse and endangerment of an aircraft.
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A spokesperson for Jet2, told Fox News, “We are aware of an incident involving a very disruptive passenger on a flight from london Stansted to Dalaman last night. The aircraft returned safely, and we are liaising with the relevant authorities to support their investigation.”
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In a statement obtained by The Sun, a spokesman for the Royal Air Force, said: “We can confirm that the RAF’s quick reaction alert Typhoon aircraft from RAF Coningsby scrambled to escort a commercial flight, in Standard, soon after take-off due to reports of a disruptive passenger.”