A recent Alaska Airlines flight landed soon after a passenger became belligerent and aggressive, threatening to kill everyone on the plane.
Alaska flight 422 took off from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport at 11:10 p.m. Saturday to Chicago O’Hare, reports KOMO News.
During the ascent, an anonymous male passenger became disruptive and acted “extremely belligerent and physically aggressive,” said KOMO, citing the airline.
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About 20 minutes after the flight, the man reportedly walked down the aisle and shouted, “I’m going to kill everyone on this plane.” Die in the name of Jesus! According to the Seattle Times.
The man was quickly subdued by the flight crew and two passengers, including a police officer. No one was injured in the unruly passenger explosion, according to the Times.
From there, the aircraft turned around and landed again at Sea-Tac Airport.
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During the landing, the man was taken into police custody by the Port of Seattle police without incident and imprisoned in King County Jail for harassment.
Alaska canceled flight 422 and reserved all passengers for the next available trip to Chicago.
A spokesperson for the carrier was not immediately available to provide further comments.
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