A man in Washington state jumped over a beverage cartup to 20 years after admitting he tried to undress on American Airlines. Facing imprisonment. Flightthat had to be detoured.
Adam Alexander Williams, 33, of Auburn, Washington, flew Thursday after more than five months after landing a flight from Seattle to Charlotte, North Carolina in Billings, Montana. He pleaded guilty to interfering with members and attendants. ,According to the US law firm in Montana.
William will be sentenced at a later date. In addition to his imprisonment, he also faces a $ 25,000 fine and three years of supervised release.
According to court documents, Williams was traveling to North Carolina on January 9 when his behavior "became unstable and escalated" during the flight.
At one point, he especially shouted to anyone, "Where is Jamie Sanders?" He later jumped over the passengers in the line and jumped into the beverage cart in the aisle.
"When I got off the cart, he almost landed. A flight attendant pushed her into the seat and slammed a drink and a cup on the ground, "the record said. "Then he started running down the aisle of the aircraft."
Williams' actions are said to have surprised the Flight Attendant, who appeared to be "suffering and traumatized."
The prosecutor said another member of the cabin crew was able to calm Williams and bring him back to his seat.
"About 10 minutes later, Williams took action again and began to scream obscene," the document claims.
Later, as a precautionary measure, flight attendants placed several US Marines who happened to be in flight in seats around Williams. But after a while, "Williams stood up, took off his clothes and began to scream."
At that point, the captain of the plane turned around and landed on Billings, Williams. Was able to be taken off the plane.
The 33-year-old boy was released from detention while waiting for the hearing of the decision scheduled for October 20.
The Federal Aviation Administration is reporting more than as of June 28th. There were 1,562 reports of unruly passengers, of which 520 sought investigation.
Last year, authorities investigated 1,099 cases involving unruly airline passengers.