Two passengers were removed from planes after behaving badly. (Photo: iStock)
Just when you think bad behavior on planes can’t get any worse, someone goes and urinates on another passenger.
The incident happened on an Air Mediterrane flight from Algiers, Algeria to Paris, France on Feb. 8.
According to reports from the Stuff.co.nz, a male passenger was irked because he wasn’t allowed to smoke or drink on the plane. He became increasingly unruly, and allegedly urinated on another passenger before he was pinned down and detained by flight attendants.
The brawl happened about 90-min into the flight, causing the pilot to divert flight ML2673 to Lyon, where the man was removed from the plane. The other traveler, who was peed on, was also removed.
The unruly man was pinned down by flight crew. (Photo: KenziRM/Twitter)
The plane eventually took off again, and arrived at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport three hours behind schedule.
In other crazy passenger news, a drunk guy was kicked off of an Alaska Airlines flight for threatening to kill other passengers.
What was supposed to be an easy flight from Boston to San Diego quickly turned south when the intoxicated man started threatening other passengers and cabin crew. In addition to verbal assaults, the man also threw empty mini-alcohol bottles at those around him.
The pilot was so concerned for the safety of passengers that he diverted Flight 760 to Denver, Colo. There, the man was escorted off the plane by law enforcement.
A drunk man was removed from a plane after threatening other passengers. (Photo: Mamashepesq/Twitter)
On Twitter, user Claire Conroy wrote about the event. “God bless him, he thought the cops were his ‘car service’ and asked them to make sure his luggage got to his house.”
The flight sat in Denver for nearly an hour before the plane continued on to San Diego.
Both of these stories just go to show that copious amounts of alcohol and flying don’t go hand in hand.
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