The plane, carrying over 200 passengers from Chicago to Hong Kong, landed in Anchorage on Thursday evening due to a "passenger smearing faeces everywhere", Fox News reported on Friday.
The flight was diverted due to "a disruptive passenger", United Airlines said in a statement, adding that the said passenger was handed over to authorities at Anchorage and was reportedly cooperative. His excrement was spread throughout two of the bathrooms on board the plane, and the man had even taken off his shirt and tried to shove it into one of the plane's toilets, airport police said.
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The man, a 22-year-old Vietnamese passport holder with United States residency, was escorted off the plane in handcuffs and met by law enforcement in the terminal, Gamache said.
That wasn't the only disturbance he caused on the fight, as he was also seen "shaking the seats all around him", according to passenger Tricia Mason.
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In a statement, United said the unlucky passengers were put up in hotels and that the airline would be working to get them to their destinations as soon as possible. This is not the first time a flight had made an emergency landing for a weird reason.
The identity of the man who caused the disturbance has not been released, KTUU reports, but he cooperated with airport police and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents who questioned him after the plane landed in Anchorage. Police told KTVA the man underwent a psych evaluation at a hospital and that no charges were filed.
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