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Airplane passenger detained for electronic cigarette in Vladivostok

Airplane passenger detained for electronic cigarette in Vladivostok
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In the Primorsky Territory, the police station on duty at the airport received a signal that a passenger was violating public order on the Moscow-Vladivostok flight. When the flight arrived, she was met by the police.

According to the press service of the Vladivostok police department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in transport, a 30-year-old resident of the Tver region turned out to be the offender. She lit an electronic cigarette on the plane, then began to insult the crew members. Even during the flight, she stood at the pilots' doors, and she ignored the requests of the flight attendants to sit down. The flight culminated in a provoked fight with the crew.

A protocol was drawn up against the offender for violation of the rules of conduct on board the aircraft. By her actions, she created a threat to the safety of the flight. The maximum punishment under this article is up to 15 days of administrative arrest.

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