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One lone passenger could cause problems
The allegations of misbehaviour on a local inter-island flight, had it occurred in the First World, would have seen the gentleman and his luggage back in the departure lounge awaiting the arrival of the police. It does not help the situation that the entire world is glued to their television sets awaiting news of the missing Malaysian flight 370. We are regaled on all channels about dangers on an aeroplane flight. Its not a maxi taxi where you can leave a window open.
One lone passenger could cause a whole plane to disintegrate by not following instructions. Even a caveman could be made to understand that fact.
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