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Q: SEA-PEK returned

An adult male passenger assaulted a Delta flight attendant and was subdued by other passengers. Not a threat to security yet the pilot returned to Seattle. Any guesses as to the nationality of the assailant?

3 years 34 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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That's Beijing just reported he was from Florida. 

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a 23 year old male from Florida flying first class, what's wrong with this picture?

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The flight started in Seattle where marijuana is legal. Could have eaten two hash brownies (hashish is also legal in Washington State) and just chilled his ass out in first class for the 12 hour flight. I would be baked, with my Moody Blues in my ears, doritoes in my bag and lets go. 

 

There is no way dude could open a door in flight. Not strong enough. I as a passenger would have beaten him for causing the plane to turn around and cause me more bullshit and wait. Those flights suck enough as it is, to have to start all over again.

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