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Reports emerge that a Saudi passenger had stormed the galley of an aircraft during a flight, had yelled at the cabin crew and accused them of disrespecting passengers by not offering them water.
Thousands of teachers blocked access to the international airport as part of a protest against proposed education reforms.
Flights were grounded at Mount Isa Airport after a threat was made against an aircraft.
A flight attendant, on board a Turkish Airlines flight en route from Istanbul to Shanghai, found the word ‘bomb’ written inside the aircraft’s toilets as the aircraft was being prepared for arrival.
Two revolvers and two pistols, one of which was fitted with a chrome-plated silencer, along with AU$ 150,000 cash were found in the luggage of two men at Launceston Airport, before they were about to board a flight to Sydney. The find, through routine X-ray screening, reportedly exposed an organised crime syndicate operating in Tasmania and New South Wales. Other locations were subsequently raided by the police where they seized a total of six hand guns, one semi-automatic military-style rifle, methylamphetamine (ice) and cocaine with a street value of about AU$ 95,000 plus cash worth about AU$ 170,000.
Charles F. Helzer, 31, was arrested for mooning at state troopers at Kodiak state airport.
A 17-year-old boy was arrested for tampering with panels in the toilets of an Allegiant Airlines aircraft.
FC Zenit Saint Petersburg’s striker, Aleksandr Bukharov, 28, was arrested for hooliganism at the airport. He was allegedly intoxicated before his flight to Kazan.
A case was brought before a Nevada court in respect of Jessica Stroble, 33, and Christopher Martin’s, 44, alleged lewd, indecent and obscene behaviour on board an Allegiant Airlines flight from Medford to Las Vegas on 20 June 2013. Stroble allegedly grew increasingly intimate with Martin, and performed oral sex on him in full view of other passengers. Even though crew intervened, they did not desist. The couple, reports indicate, did not know each other well.