Witness Appeal: Alleged Unruly Plane Passenger

December 9, 2016

The Bermuda Police Service is appealing for witnesses to an alleged unruly passenger on a recent flight to come forward with information.

A police spokesperson said, “Witnesses to an alleged unruly passenger on a Sunday, December 4th WestJet flight from Toronto, Canada to Bermuda are encouraged to come forward.

“In particular, police are appealing for anyone that may have heard or observed anything in the area of seat 20 during the flight.

“Passengers that can assist with enquiries should contact Constable David Abraham or Constable Ian Moe on 295-0011 or directly on 717-0028.”

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  1. Triangle Drifter says:

    Can’t blame the airline if they don’t want to prosecute. This is Bermuda. He will plead not guilty on the grounds of a deprived childhood or something. The judge will order some sort of character report. Eventually he might be found guilty & get a conditional discharge or some other gentle slap on the the wrist.

    Not worth the time, hassel or expense to the airline.

    Best to ban him from ever flying with them again & pass his name & information on to other airlines. Perhaps they will do the same. He could find himself imprisoned on this rock not able to go anywhere for the rest of his life.

    A very fitting penalty for frightening the daylights out of passengers in a metal tube hurtling along 5 miles in the sky.