'High’ drama: Flight forced to land after drunk man tries to open door at 33k feet

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To restrain the drunk man, the in-flight doctor tried to calm him down and cabin crew and passengers used plastic food wrap to control him.

A clip, filmed by one of the passengers, went viral on social media, where she explained the bizarre occurrence. (Photo: Screengrab)

Phuket: Passengers and cabin crew of a Phuket-bound, no-alcohol flight, witnessed a series of bizarre incidents because of drunk travellers.

In three separate incident, drunk passengers created chaos inside the flight, forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing. it is understood that these men boarded the flight in inebriated state.

One of the men created the panic after he attempted to open the door of the flight when it was at 33,000 feet.

A clip, filmed by one of the passengers, went viral on social media, where she explained the bizarre occurrence.

She said that the head crew announced that a 'rowdy' passenger at the rear of the plane was drunk and was trying to open the main door of the flight.

To restrain the drunk man, the in-flight doctor tried to calm him down and cabin crew and passengers used plastic food wrap to control him.

But the plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Uzbekistan, where the man was arrested, the Metro reported.

However, the drama didn't end there. Two more drunken passengers got into a fight once the plane took off. They were again restrained by the crew.

A few minutes later, a third man was caught smoking in the toilet of the Nordwind aircraft. when the plane eventually landed in Phuket, he was arrested by the Thai police.

 

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