I'll shoot you: the brawler who promised to blow up the plane was tied up by the police, taking him off the flight to Thailand

I'll shoot you: the brawler who promised to blow up the plane was caught by the police and removed from the flight to Thailand

Scandal on the plane with the participation of a drunken brawler and his wife, he delayed the departure of tourists from Krasnoyarsk to Thailand. The brawler, who threatened to blow up the plane and “shoot in the city” trying to appease the passenger, was restrained by the police.

The incident occurred on Tuesday morning at the Krasnoyarsk airport. According to MK-Krasnoyarsk, flight SU 634 was supposed to take off at 10.20 local time, but the departure had to be postponed to 14.00 due to a brawler.

According to eyewitnesses, the man got on board already very drunk. What he did not like is not exactly known, but he began to rage and shout threats to others. Including the brawler threatened to blow up the plane and “shoot” the flight attendant who was probably trying to appease him. Or a spouse – according to some reports, the brawler flew to Thailand with his wife and children.

As a result, the crew called a police squad, which detained the brawler. Recall that serious sentences have already begun to be given to those who are “buoyant on board” (read the details here). And if we add the threat of an airplane explosion to this, it can take a very serious time to “react” like that.

Recall that the most famous air brawler in Russia is Sergey Kabalov, who “became famous” on a tourist flight. At the end of January 2013, the Main Department of Transport of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia opened a criminal case on the fact of beating a flight attendant on board the A320 airliner of the Kogalymavia airline, flying on flight No. 9521 from Moscow to Hurghada. Then a drunk tourist, after he was banned from smoking on board the liner, attacked the 23-year-old steward who made a remark to him, and also broke the nose of one of the passengers. Upon arriving in Russia, the hooligan realized what he had done and hid from Russian justice for quite a long time: only on December 9, 2013, the jury in the Moscow Regional Court unanimously found businessman Sergei Kabalov guilty of attempting to hijack an airplane en route from Moscow to Hurghada. During the debate, the prosecutor asked to recognize Kabalov guilty of committing crimes under the articles “intentional infliction of minor bodily harm out of hooligan motives” and “attempted hijacking of an air transport vessel with the use of violence dangerous to life or health.” And in the end, in February 2014, Kabalov was sentenced to 3.5 years in a strict regime colony in the case of an attempted hijacking and causing slight harm to the health of a flight attendant.

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