Source Pravda.Ru

Two passengers attack flight attendant being unable to use business class toilet

 

Two passengers severely beat a flight attendant during a flight from Krasnoyarsk to Moscow. The passenger jetliner had to perform an emergency landing at Tolmachevo Airport of Novosibirsk.

The Boeing-737 of Globus Airline, was flying from Krasnoyarsk to Moscow's  Domodedovo.

"Two of the passengers, according to preliminary data, had too much alcohol and beat a flight attendant. As a result, the crew decided to abort the flight and make an emergency landing."

The brawlers were detained. The flight attendant was hospitalized with numerous bruises.

One passenger was detained, a young man born in 1968. The conflict sparked after the flight attendant did not let the passenger use a business class bathroom.

The plane continued its flight to Moscow from Novosibirsk after refueling. 

 

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