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BANGKOK 20 May 2019 14:26
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Raging doctor tied up by passengers after ‘trying to open emergency exit at 33,000ft’ on flight from Bangkok

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Wonder how he passes an alcohol test prior to working as an anaesthetist, 

checks and balances for his patients would be a must,

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Aeroflot will confine him to Siberian salt mines for this bad publicity.

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Another p*ssed-up Russian making a fool of himself. Why dont the aircrew just taser them all as they board?

 

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He would be looking at serious time in the USA.

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For start, airlines should seriously consider keeping a proper restraining devices and not have to do with some bits and pieces of makeshift seatbelts as air rage nowadays becomes more frequent, and someone should take his doctor license away, this man is not fit to come near patients period...


Many airlines do in fact have them. They tend to use a plastic-cuff style — like a massive “zip-lock” cuff that can’t be undone, only cut with high pressure cutters. You see these on riot control teams commonly. But what each airline uses or has is somewhat dependent on the country they originate (and what laws, of any say on the matter) and individual airline policy (after internal discussion with departments like security, legal/risk management and operations)


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