A man on an early morning flight from San Diego to Chicago has been arrested after opening an emergency exit door on a plan and sliding down the wing. WMAQ’s Chris Coffey reports.
Video of Maxwell Berry howling while duct-taped to an airline seat went viral in August of 2021. Police say he groped the breasts and backsides of two female flight attendants, and is seen on video punching a male attendant. Flight attendants used seat-belt extenders and tape to keep him seated. Berry pled guilty to three counts of assault and the judge gave him 60 days in prison with one year of supervised release.
A man is being charged with assaulting and intimidating a flight attendant after allegedly causing a disturbance mid-flight by trying to open a passenger door. A witness on the plane said “passengers held the individual and a flight attendant used a coffee pot to subdue him.” It happened on a Washington D.C. bound American Airlines flight from Los Angeles. The plane had to make an emergency landing in Kansas City, MO. Inside Edition Digital’s Leigh Scheps has more.