Phoenix police spokesman Tommy Thompson says the man randomly touched passengers' faces and sprayed them after the American Airlines flight from Minneapolis arrived Friday morning at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
An American Airlines passenger was detained on Friday after a peculiar outburst on a flight to Phoenix, which culminated in him leaping from the plane onto the tarmac. "He was transported to a local hospital to be treated for his injuries", the police department's statement said.
According to The Arizona Republic, the incident occurred on American Airlines flight 1346 from Minneapolis shortly after it landed in Phoenix around 6:12 a.m. local time.
While the man was waiting for the door to the jetway to open, he opened the service door on the opposite side of the plane and jumped out.
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According to Hannah Johnson - a website developer from Duluth, Minnesota, who was on the flight - told the Arizona Republic that the man had been acting in a disruptive manner an hour into the flight. Trespassing charges are pending against the man from the prosecutor's office, police said.
After jumping out of the plane on the runway, he man sustained minor injuries. Flight attendants attempted to calm the man down and move his seat.
After landing, he was brought to the front of the plane to disembark before other passengers, where he was due to be met by law enforcement. "Law enforcement and paramedics responded", the airline said in a statement.