Thursday, 4 December 2014
AKIBAT DIHIDANGKAN MINUMAN ARAK, SEORANG PENUMPANG MAS DARI KL KE LONDON BERTINDAK GANAS SEHINGGA TERPAKSA DATUK BANDAR LONDON CAMPUR TANGAN CUBA MENTENTERAMKAN KEADAAN.
Kelihatan beberapa krew MAS terpaksa menggunakan sedikit kekerasan dan akhirnya berjaya menumpaskan seorang penumpang mabuk yang melakukan ganggu kacau dan bersikap kasar serta bengis kelas Business dari KL ke London, setelah dihidangkan arak kepadanya.
Sebelum itu Datuk Bandar London yang menaiki pesawat yang sama setelah melakukan lawatan ke negara itu cuba memujuk penumpang kerneaan supaya tenang tetapi tidak berjaya.
Apakah pihak pengurusan MAS masih berdegil dan berkeras hati dan jiwa mau meneruskan menghidangkan arak kepada penumpang yang menaiki pesawatnya?????
Cuba bayangkan jika penumpang yang mabuk berkenaan berjaya masuk pecah ketempat kapten yang sedang mengemudi pesawat????
Contoh dan teladan apa lagi yang pihak pengurusan MAS mau lagi bagi memberhentikan menghidang minuman keras dalam pesawat-pesawat miliknya?????
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 4, 2014:
On his flight home to Britain on Malaysia Airlines, London mayor Boris Johnson intervened in an attempt to calm a passenger who became abusive and violent.
A member of the mayor’s delegation described the man as “off his head” before he was restrained by cabin crew and arrested on arrival at Heathrow Airport.
Johnson’s technical ambassador Eileen Burbidge photographed of the mid-air drama and tweeted the image of the crew tackling the man.
The man is thought to have been drinking, began singing and shouting abuse as fellow passengers and the crew attempted to calm him. They were initially successful but he became unruly again and was restrained.
A flight steward sustained a cut cheek in the drama.
Johnson is understood to have been disturbed by the shouting and singing and he moved to sit by the abusive passenger and attempted to calm him.
The mayor warned the man that he might have to be restrained if he did not settle down and eventually five male members of Malaysia Airlines crew intervened and pinned him down.
British papers quoted the mayor’s official spokesman as saying: “The mayor along with a number of other passengers and members of the cabin crew did make several attempts to calm the man concerned but to no avail.
“The man was restrained by the crew and detained by police on arrival at Heathrow.”
Scotland Yard said David Morris, 43, of Wentworth Close, Ash Vale, Aldershot, Surrey was later charged with one count of assault by beating, one count of behaving in a threatening, abusive or insulting manner towards a member of the crew and one count of being drunk in an aeroplane.