An aircraft from Alaska Airlines made an emergency landing Thursday after a passenger threatened to storm the cockpit because he was unable to use the first-class baths, according to media reports.
The plane from JFK airport to Los Angeles was forced to land in Kansas City when the man tried to enter the cockpit and posed a threat to the plane – upset that he was not allowed to get the first-class baths when the rest in training was full, CBS News reported.
The unruly passenger was restrained until the plane could land and the Kansas police could arrest him.
The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed that Alaska Airlines Flight 411 landed "without incident" in Kansas City around 1
Alaska Airlines initially disputed the report that the unruly passenger was trying to break into the pilot's cabin – and told CBS News: "We have no indications at the moment that he was trying to use the flight deck. "