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A Washington man admits that he jumped into a drink cart and tried to strip in flight, bypassing the plane.

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A Washington man who circumvented an aisle after jumping into a beverage cart in Januarywas guilty of one incident of crew and crew interference on Thursday. I admitted. .. 

According to the US law firm in Montana, Adam Alexander Williams, 33, has granted the motion and will be sentenced at a later date. 

On January 9, Fraca began shortly after taking off on an American Airlines flight from Seattle, Washington to Charlotte, NC. 

"Williams jumped over the passengers in line and boarded the beverage cart in use," a US lawyer explained. "When he got off the cart, he almost landed on the flight attendants, pushed her into the seat, and slammed drinks and cups on the ground."

FILE PHOTO: Adam Alexander Williams admitted to jumping on a beverage cart and trying to strip mid-flight, forcing the plane he was on to divert. 

File Photo: Adam Alexander Williams attempts a beverage cart and an in-flight strip to take the plane he was on. I made a detour.  (iStock)

Another flight attendant calmed Williams and happened to put him in the middle of the Marines. In flight. 

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Williams behaved irregularly again About 10 minutes have passed before I started. 

"Williams stood up, undressed and began to scream. At that point, the captain of the aircraftlooked back at the planeto ensure the safety of the passengers. I landed in Billings so I can dismiss Williams. " 

FILE PHOTO: Tail section of an American Airlines 737 airplane. 

File Photo: American Tail Aviation 737 plane.  (iStock)

Williams was released from prison at a later date while waiting for the judgment to be heard. 

When air travel rebounded during a pandemic, the number of unmanageable passengers on the plane surged. The FAA launched 183 surveys of unruly passengers in 2020, while in 2021 it launched 1,099 surveys. FAA has already launched 530 surveys this year. 

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Due to the surge in aerial turmoil The country's largest flight attendant union called ona national flight ban list for unruly passengers earlier this year. 

Paul Best is a FoxNews Digital reporter. Story tips can be sent toPaul.best@fox.comand Twitter (@KincaidBest).