- A pilot working for American Airlines was annoyed when a group of passengers turned his plane into a marketplace
- The MAGA supporters chanted, shouted and declined to wear their masks
- Whenever staff on the plane asked them to settle down, they ignored the pleas and kept shouting
- The pilot then threatened to divert the plane and dump each one of them in Kansas
“Today is going to be a good day,” a US pilot probably thought to himself as he hopped out of bed and headed to work.
Lol, then his day turned into a nightmare when he had to fly a bunch of rowdy President Donald Trump supporters.
Thanks to the pandemic, every passenger aboard a plane is required to wear their masks during the whole ride.
But fans of the Make America Great Again (MAGA) movement often think otherwise. To them, wearing masks is an infringement of their fundamental rights.
The group affiliated with the sitting US president filled up an American Airlines flight on Friday, January 8, and turned it into their rioting ground.
When the Phoenix bound aircraft took off from Washington DC, the group started chanting in unison.
“USA, USA, USA,” they shouted as the plane started moving.
During an interview with DailyMail, the airline stated that cabin crew on the plane urged the passengers to calm down and put on their masks but they refused to listen.
At one point, the pilot addressed the group through a loudspeaker and said he was ready to land the plane in the middle of Kansas and throw out the rowdy goons.
“We’ll put this plane down. I don’t care,” he let out.
Also on Briefly.co.za, an Indonesian passenger plane went missing just minutes after taking off from the country’s capital city of Jakarta.
Indonesian newspaper Republika reported the flight was carrying 59 passengers, including five children.
The country's iNews also reported there were two pilots and four cabin crew on board.
While flying over the Java Sea Sriwijaya Air flight SJ182 is said to have dropped 3000 metres in altitude in less than 60 seconds before disappearing.
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