A drunk man tried to bite security officers after they tried to remove him from his seat for causing a disturbance on a flight to San Francisco last week.
Mercury News reports that a drunken man riding on an Aeromexico flight from Mexico City began yelling loudly roughly 30 minutes after the plane took off. The plane then performed an emergency landing at Guadalajara International Airport, where security officers stepped on board to remove him from the plane.
20-year-old passenger Laura Aceves took out her phone and started taking video as officers started to force the man down the aisle of the plane — and the man began screaming and even tried to bite one of the officers.
“It took them 30 to 40 minutes to get him out of his seat and off the plane,” Aceves told Mercury News. “He was hitting and punching other passengers as they were trying to drag him out. He was under the influence, and you could smell the alcohol on him.”
Aceves said that she could smell alcohol on the passenger, who was clearly very intoxicated.
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