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Terror at 33,000ft: Four arrested on Phuket bound ’flight from hell’, one man wrapped in cling film

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1 hour ago, BestB said:

Can only hope no one got overly excited as being wrapped is a popular fetish from what i hear 😉

All inclusive 

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2 hours ago, lapamita said:

uhhh not only russian

 

15 yr ago on air ruope flight from spain to bkk , fighting of 5 spanish

20yr ago  on alitalia flight , a druged guy makes all flight problem, when nearly landed in rom ,he was boxing the steward lady down and than ( low alitude) he opend emergency door and jumped to dead

 

dont wory!! doors can only be opend  at ground or at low alitude/speed druing landing.cant be opend at 33.000ft

 

... so not only russian happen on uk and us planes and all others daily routine

Interesting point...

IIRC most aircraft are only pressurised to about 10-12,000 feet equivalent (to save fuel), so "low altitude" could be anything less than this...

..but even "falling" out of a aircraft door when it's parked would probably cause some fairly severe injuries...!

Edited by steve73

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The subject has been carrefully avoided by the OP and previous posters (very PC) - but it seems incidents like that most of the time happen with Russians high on dope on flights with Russian airlines. So I decided to better avoid those.

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Trying to open the door- don't panic, air pressure holds the door closed, and can't be opened while the plane is at high altitude.
 
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I can’t understand your logic.. at altitude, the pressure is inside the plane and the doors open to the outside so...


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Flights in planes dehydrate the body very much,
combining it with dehydrating alcohol is a very bad idea,
even caffeine is not recommended for long flights.

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In effect this then made him a Klingon, the cling film wrap,lucky he did not break free,and produce a ba't'leth,what was he smoking in there crystal meth? Anyway i recommend Naam could possibly answer this perplexing questions.

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7 hours ago, Tayaout said:

Sorry but I have a hard time believing your story. The Russian I know would have drank 3 bottles in that amount of time. 

I rather believe your story than the first one, the Russians I know would or could do the same !!!

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Obviously well known problem with the flight designated alcohol free yet the drunks still access their drug. I guess the next step is drug test for alcohol every passenger prior to boarding and thoroughly search belongings and people. Nothing worse than a drunk on a plane except an airline that doesn't do it's job and endangers other passengers because of it.

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Here is proof that sometimes "rowdy" passengers just "act out.  This has happened on planes all over this world.

 

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5 hours ago, steve73 said:

Interesting point...

IIRC most aircraft are only pressurised to about 10-12,000 feet equivalent (to save fuel), so "low altitude" could be anything less than this...

..but even "falling" out of a aircraft door when it's parked would probably cause some fairly severe injuries...!

 

5 hours ago, steve73 said:

If you watch when they open an a/c door, it is first pulled inwards a iittle, before being rotated slightly and then pushed out at a slight angle...

(Think of why manhole covers are usually round....)

The cabin altitude of commercial jet aircraft is either 8000feet for older types (B-747) or 6000feet for newer types (B-787).

 

All cabin doors are plug type doors and cannot be opened in flight when the aircraft is pressurised. 

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10 hours ago, rooster59 said:

Despite no alcohol being served on the flight, the problematic passengers were described as being “drunk”.

That"zz The ABSOLUTE Effect Of The VODKA, Its Says For Long Time  

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8 minutes ago, ozfarang said:

All cabin doors are plug type doors and cannot be opened in flight when the aircraft is pressurised.

 that matters - Not...

 

this is about 'the Intent' of his actions

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24 minutes ago, tifino said:

 that matters - Not...

 

this is about 'the Intent' of his actions

I didn't mention "intent".

 

Just stating fact re aircraft cabin doors.

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