On Sunday, a nonstop Qantas flight from Perth, Australia to London, England was forced to return to its point of departure only two hours after takeoff after one passenger allegedly became disruptive and commandeered the aircraft’s lavatory for an hour before being restrained by fellow passengers.
A disruptive @Qantas passenger who forced a flight from Perth to London to turn back has been slapped with an interim no-fly ban and could face a hefty compensation bill. https://t.co/EaZDnAmIKO #7News pic.twitter.com/PFqAu0VNhF
— 7 News Brisbane (@7NewsBrisbane) September 10, 2018
“I think the air crew were marvelous, they were very in control of the situation, they were calming passengers. They were very, very supportive. They got him down to the back of the plane quite quickly. It was clear he was quite an unwell man,” said passenger Christine Kohli.
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