The flight of Qantas from Sydney to Canberra is forced to land after an angry line has broken out over a cell phone
- Pilot said he would not tolerate passenger changes on board
- Row had a cell phone after a younger traveler refused to deport him
- The flight was midway through Canberra when it turned and flew back
A Qantas flight from Sydney to Canberra was forced to land after two passengers started fighting for a cell phone.
The line broke out when an older man became angry when a younger traveler refused to turn off his device.
The plane, which was mid-way through Canberra, was forced to return to Sydney.
The plane, which was mid-way through Canberra, was forced to return to Sydney
An anonymous passenger on board told news.com.au police were waiting to arrest the two men when the plane landed again in Sydney.
He said the pilot told the passengers through the intercom system that fights would not be tolerated and that he was spinning the plane.
Three police officers arrested the two men involved in Sydney, the passenger said.
More to come.
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