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Bare passanger causes the flight of Alaska Airlines to go back to Andchorage.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- An Alaska Airlines flight to Seattle was compelled to go back to Anchorage early Wednesday after a flight member trapped himself in the bath room, took off all his clothing and declined to obey the crew's orders, the airline said. KTVA-TV, CBS Anchorage subsidiary, reported that the aircraft has just landed at Ted Stevens Anchorage International as it flies near Prince William Sound.
Danyluk, a flight passanger, said to the Associated Press that she knew something was going on because the flight crew in the corridors were walking back and forth wearing elastic mitts. "Anlaska Airlines flight 146 from Anchorage to Seattle reverted to Anchorage because a flight crew member did not follow the flight attendant's orders.
Whilst no distress was explained, the ruling was made to go back to Anchorage," Alaska Airlines spokesperson Tim Thompson said in an e-mail. Traffic was stopped by the FBI and the FBI when it arrived just before 3 a.m. "The cops arrived and brought him out the back door," said Danyluk, an anchorage instructor who made a "green escape" to participate in a Seattle horticultural show.
The KTVA published a tape which was handed in at the base and apparently shows the sequence in flight 146: It was not immediately clear whether the man was apprehended. On Wednesday, the FBI did not send back repetitive news to the Associated Press. The KTVA-TV reported that a spokesperson for the lawyer of the Alaska Airline said that no charge had been brought against the defendant.
"Sergeant Darcy Sperry said to KTVA-TV, "There was a person on the plane who had shut himself in the toilet, the toilet, bars or trapped. Your bureau refused to provide them to talk to the AP on the instructions of the head of the terminal who did not give any notice back. "We had a person on the plane who had encircled himself or trapped himself in the toilet, the toilet," said Mr Peter.
"The flight steward found out the topic was naked." But Danyluk did not see the man and said that several other men were near the bath to screen the area. "I' d rather go back to Anchorage than have anything happen," said Danyluk. It was 178 people on the flight. Wednesday's event comes under an impending culpable pretext by an Alaska Airlines pilots blamed of drunken flight and about a month after a man called a United Airlines flight divert to Anchorage because he "smeared dung everywhere", for Seattle shortly after 6:30 a.m., a few showers included.