& # 39; The result could have been catastrophic & # 39 ;: Inflight horror as a teenager threatens to become a KILL pilot
- A teenage prisoner tried to intercept the cockpit and attack the pilot during the flight
- Teenage boy attacked mid-flight on the way to the Cleveland Prison Center
- The 17-year-old, who is a promising perpetrator, was fortunately reluctant by the police
- Chief Inspector Steve Munro said the incident & # 39; catastrophic & # 39; could be
A teenage prisoner who was being transported to a juvenile prison threatened to kill a pilot mid-flight.
The 14-year-old was flown to the Cleveland Youth Detention Center in Queensland around 9 am on Thursday when he lashed out at the pilot and the police on board.
It is said that the boy, who is from Mount Isa, is charged against the pilot before being held by the police, the Townsville Bulletin reports.
The 14-year-old was flown to the Cleveland Youth Detention Center in Queensland around 9 am Thursday when he lashed out violently at the pilot and on-board police (stock image)
& # 39; It is claimed that a teenager tried to damage his chair with his hands and handcuffs and the police escort intervened & said the police in a statement.
& # 39; During the flight, the boy reportedly made threats of violence against the police before loosening his seat belt and going up the aisle.
& # 39; The police grabbed him with the boy who beat officers and spit at them while they restrained him. & # 39;
Townsville Police Chief Inspector Steve Munro said it was fortunate that the incident was quickly held by the fast-acting police.
Townsville Police Chief Inspector Steve Munro (photo) said it was fortunate that the incident was being held fast by the fast-acting police, and said the incident was & # 39; catastrophic & # 39; could have been
& # 39; The sausage case scenario is fairly simple. If the child had managed to come to the pilot and crash the plane, the outcome would be catastrophic, & he said.
& # 39; I have not been so alarmed for a while. & # 39;
The flight, which carried three more juveniles, landed safely in Townsville.
The 14-year-old has been accused of three counts of serious attack police and one counts each of the endangered operations of aircraft (Commonwealth violation), causing threats and intentional damage.
The teenager was part of a group of six teenagers who were charged with a weekend crime, causing them to incur a total of 50 charges – with the likelihood of more coming.
The 14-year-old is charged with three counts of serious attack police and one counts each of the threatened aircraft operations (Commonwealth violation), causing threats and intentional damage (stock image)
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