Ahmed Khassim, 29, was unruly on an Air Canada flight from Toronto to Zurich. The flight was redirected, 2.5 hours after take-off, to St John’s International after Khassim was allegedly intoxicated and smoking an e-cigarette. Khassim appeared in court to face charges of disrupting an international flight. The charges were dropped, however Khassim still faces charges of engaging in endangering behaviour.
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