Young man started scuffling in Virgin Australia airline

The young man started scuffling in Virgin Australia airline: Pilot had to leave the seat, and if he did not agree, he got off the flight

Jan 7, 2023 - 12:29
Young man started scuffling in Virgin Australia airline

The cases of bad behaviour while travelling in a plane are increasing continuously. Sometimes someone pees on people on the plane and sometimes it comes down to a scuffle. The latest case is from Australia. Here a passenger on a flight going from Townsville to Sydney upset people so much that even the pilot had to leave his seat and come to settle the dispute.
In fact, a video of Virgin Australia's flight is becoming quite viral on social media. In which the young man can be seen creating a ruckus and harassing other passengers, pilots and crew members. He even started fighting with people on the flight itself.
It can be seen in the video that the first pilot and the accused youth are having a scuffle outside the cockpit. Meanwhile, another person and a female flight attendant come to the beach's rescue.
The accused youth has also abused the crew members of the plane as well. According to reports, even when he was offloaded from the flight due to bad behaviour, he kept abusing the crew members. He kept abusing and saying that he had done nothing. And the pilot was constantly asking him to keep quiet and settle the matter. At the same time, when he did not agree, the pilot warned him to call the police.
According to local media, police were called to the airport itself after the incident. After this, the airline imposed many restrictions on the accused youth. Virgin Australia has released its statement on the whole incident. He said, the safety of our guests and crew is important to us and we cannot compromise on it in any way. The matter will be handed over to the police.
At the same time, the Queensland Police informed that after the incident, the young man was taken off the flight and thrown out of the airport. No case has been registered against him. The investigation of the case is still going on.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer
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