The passenger was on flight 107, which was touring from Seattle to Anchorage on Monday. He reportedly eliminated his garments and ran the size of the cabin for about 20 minutes earlier than touchdown. Two passengers reportedly tackled him and locked him in a rest room.
After the flight landed at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, regulation enforcement reportedly took the man into custody and introduced him to a close-by hospital. The Anchorage Police Department and Alaska Airlines didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark. But the airline instructed the New York Daily News disruptive passenger was detained throughout the flight.
Johnny Ellis, a former member of Alaska’s Senate and House of Representatives, was on the flight and wrote about it on Twitter.
“WOW. On my flt from SEA 2 ANC, a completely naked man ran from front of plane to back, yelling and waving. 2 big guys maybe one Air Marshall tackeled him and locked in bathroom. Some fear & distress @ passengers NO word from Cpt or Crew. Waiting now @ gate 4 law enforcement !!” he wrote.
Ellis additionally wrote that one in every of the males who tackled the bare passenger could have been the passenger’s father.
In February, an Alaska Airlines flight made an unscheduled touchdown after a unadorned passenger locked himself in the bathroom on a flight from Seattle to Anchorage.