Female passenger is arrested after opening the emergency exit of the aircraft before taking off
Female passenger is arrested after opening the aircraft's emergency exit before taking off to let in some air because it is & # 39; stuffy & # 39; used to be
- Xiamen Airlines flight MF8215 had almost completed its boarding order
- The unknown middle-aged woman pulled the handle down despite the warnings
- Officers at Wuhan Tianhe International Airport, central China, then arrested her
This is the staggering moment when a female airplane passenger, unabashedly, opened the emergency exit door just before the start because she was too stuffy & # 39; found.
On Monday, Xiamen Airlines flight MF8215 completed the boarding order and was about to storm the runway when the crew was warned of the major safety breach.
The foolishness of the unknown woman caused misery to fellow passengers when the plane was dropped at Wuhan Tianhe International Airport for an hour.
On Monday, the flight MF8215 from Xiamen Airlines had almost completed its boarding order and was ready to run down the runway when the crew was warned of the major safety breach (photo)
Officers then arrested the female passenger before the plane was finally allowed to leave for Lanzhou, Gansu.
The uncomfortable woman, reportedly in middle age, had pulled the handle down and flung open the door to get some & # 39; fresh air & # 39; to let them in, even though kites were warned not to touch him.
Images of the massacre that unfolded after the woman's stunt shows cabin crew staring disbelievingly at the doorway as they figure out what to do.
While a passenger next to the exit seems to see the funny side and smiles, another shock seems to be irritated and shakes her head.
Images of the massacre that unfolded after the woman's stunt shows cabin crew staring at the door-size hole in disbelief as they figure out what to do
The clip has been viewed more than 18 million times on social media and has stunned viewers.
The Wuhan airport police are yet to release the name or age of the passengers, and it is unclear whether they are faced with an unlimited travel ban for the stunt.
In December 2014, a male passenger was arrested on another Xiamen Airlines flight for a similar offense.
In December 2014, a male passenger on another Xiamen Airlines flight (aircraft pictured) was arrested for a similar offense
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