Passenger stripped naked, watched porn and attacked airline crew during flight

Bangladesh authorities arrested a passenger who reportedly stripped naked and watched porn on his computer before attacking an airline crew member on a flight from Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, to Dhaka, Bangladesh Saturday night.

Shortly after takeoff, the 20-year-old university student, who was flying back home on the Malindo Air flight, began to exhibit disturbing behavior, New Strait Times reported.

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At about 10,000 feet, the man took off all his clothes and started watching pornography on his laptop, according to the paper.

An airline crew member requested the man put his clothes back on, to which he complied.

After getting completely naked, the man dressed himself at the request of the airline crew. Later in the flight he attacked crew members for trying to calm him down after he harassed a flight attendant.

After getting completely naked, the man dressed himself at the request of the airline crew. Later in the flight he attacked crew members for trying to calm him down after he harassed a flight attendant. (Viral Press)

“The cabin crew approached him and politely asked him to put on his clothes,” another passenger on the plane said to The Sun Daily.

Soon after, the man went to the restroom and tried to hug a female crew member.

“He complied with their request. A short while later there was some commotion at the toilet area and it turned out that he was harassing a stewardess.”

The man tried to hug another female crew member later on in the flight, but became aggressive and attacked the head cabin crew member after attempts were made to calm him down.

With the help of other passengers, crew members were able to restrain the man by tying a piece of cloth around his hands, News.com.au reported.

“The crew on board has followed the standard operating procedure in restraining the passenger from causing further disruption onboard the flight."

— Malindo Air

The passengers seated behind the man were all relocated throughout the cabin for the duration of the 3 hour and 45 minute flight.

An airline spokesman released a statement confirming the incident to New Straits Times:

“The crew on board has followed the standard operating procedure in restraining the passenger from causing further disruption onboard the flight.

“The disruptive passenger was accompanied by Dhaka security team upon arrival and he has been put to jail by the authorities there.

“The airline will continue to stay vigilant to ensure passengers travel soundly.”

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There was no report on why the man was behaving so strangely.

The man was arrested when the aircraft landed at Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka, and escorted off the plane by authorities.