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In March 2018, shortly after the Malindo Air flight departed from Kuala Lumpur, the 20-year-old started watching something on his laptop. As nobody seemed to notice or call him out for it, the man began taking his clothes off. At the request of the cabin crew, the student put his clothes back on, but soon he tried to hug female flight attendants. One of the passengers captured the moment with his phone. Although airline officials refused to confirm details of the incident, the photo emerged online.
6 No Smoking
The incidents took place mid-air on an Air Méditerranée flight from Algiers to Paris. Halfway through its 90 minute route, one of the passengers was outraged because he wasn’t allowed to smoke or drink on board. He later urinated on another passenger. The flight was diverted to Lyon, & the Algerian man along with the other man involved in the fight were escorted off the plane upon landing.
5 Passenger dragged off flight
A man was dragged out of a United Airlines plane after he refused to give up his seat on an overbooked flight. In 2017, United Airlines Flight 3411 had to make room for four employees who needed to make it to Louisville, the flight’s destination. The airline offered travel vouchers & a free hotel room & seat on a later flight to anyone who would volunteer to de-board, but there were no takers. Therefore cabin crew had to randomly choose four. One of them was Dr. David Dao, who was already in his seat. However, Dr. Dao refused to leave the flight. When the airline staff insisted Dr. Dao leave, he refused & tried calling United Airline customer service. Dr. Dao was removed from his seat & dragged off the plane.
On October 5th 2015, Captain Michael Johnston fell ill while en route. The plane was carrying 147 passengers & five crew at take off. After Johnston fell ill, the co-pilot took over. Soon after, he diverted the flight to Syracuse, New York, & landed the plane. The passengers were told through the intercom that the pilot was sick. The flight made it to Boston almost five hours after it’s scheduled landing time.
3 Man takes selfie
The Egyptian man named Seif Eldin Mustafa was wearing a white belt with wires sticking out & asked for the plane, which was heading from Alexandria to Cairo, to be diverted across the Mediterranean in order to land in Larnaca, Cyprus. When the plane finally landed in Cyprus, it was surrounded by members. Over the next hour, Mustafa allowed about 40 passengers to walk free, & started to make demands. In the meantime, a British passenger who was among the last passengers to be released asked the flight attendants to translate for him that he wanted to take a selfie with him. Mustafa allegedly “shrugged OK”, so the British passenger, named Ben Innes, stood by him & smiled as a flight attendant took the picture. Innes later revealed that he’d wanted to take a closer look at Mustafa’s belt. He suspected the belt was a fake, & it was later discovered that he was right. It seemed that Seif Eldin Mustafa had an unstable personality, & it came to an end after approximately six hours. Shortly afterwards, the selfie Ben Innes took with Mustafa emerged online & went viral.
2 Loose Tarantulas
Two tarantulas caused upheaval on an Air Transat Flight from Puta Cana, Dominican Republic, to Montreal, Canada. One of the spiders was spotted towards the end of the flight by a woman wearing a skirt. Catherine Moreau was watching a movie when she felt something brush against her leg. She tried removing it, but only when it started tickling her again did she look down & notice the hairy tarantula. It then scampered off under her daughter’s luggage. That’s when her husband managed to catch the spider in a plastic container. The flight attendants asked the passengers to remain calm, put their shoes on & cover their ankles, as there was another tarantula on the loose. The two tarantulas were believed to be Phormictopus cancerides, a species common to the Dominican Republic that ranges from 4 to 7 inches in length, & with fangs that can grow to almost an inch long. It remains unknown how the spiders got on the plane.
1 Loose snake
Passengers aboard an Alaskan commuter plane heading to Anchorage were shocked to hear the pilot make an unusual announcement. ”Guys, we have some loose snake on the plane, but we don’t know where it is”. It appeared that a passenger on a previous flight had brought a pet snake on board without registering it for travel in the cabin. After arriving at his destination, he reported his snake was missing. The passengers remained calm & they began looking for the loose reptile.