The incident led to two emergency landings.
Crazy fights broke out in the air in the plane, as a result of which it was necessary to make not one, but two emergency landings.
About this writes nypost.com.
The incident happened on a flight from Cairns to Darwin in Australia on April 20 last week when a man grabbed a glass bottle and tried to hit a passenger.
A video that appeared on the Internet captured a shocking moment, where a group of noisy passengers can be seen making a row near the aisle.
The noise could be heard several rows away, as tourists watched what was happening from their seats.
As a result, the plane returned to Cairns.
According to Australian media reports, the woman was removed from the plane and charged with assault, disorderly conduct on the plane and failure to comply with flight attendant safety instructions.
Then the flight took off a second time, but the same group of passengers started fighting again. As a result, the inner glass of the window was broken.
The plane landed in Alyangul on the island of Groot Eilandt in the Gulf of Carpentaria. Police in the Northern Territory arrested three passengers.
The 23-year-old man was charged with willful endangerment, aggravated assault, criminal damage to property, disorderly conduct on public transport and breach of a domestic violence order.
A 23-year-old woman was charged with damage to property, hooliganism in a public place and intentionally endangering the safety of others.
Another 22-year-old passenger was charged with drug trafficking, drug possession, obstructing a police officer, disorderly conduct and possession of alcoholic beverages in a restricted area.
The Australian Federal Police said in a statement: “The Australian Federal Police were called to an incident on a flight from Cairns to Groote Eilandt which resulted in the flight being diverted on Thursday 20 April.”
It will be recalled that in June 1990, a terrible incident occurred on a British Airways flight, when two cabin windows broke. In result, the pilot was “sucked” out of the window at an altitude of 5 km. The flight attendants tried to hold him by the legs.