Qantas Airbus A380 with Sydney in the background. Often the A380 flies from Sydney to Singapore.

Qantas Airbus A380 with Sydney in the background. Often the A380 flies from Sydney to Singapore.

No, there wasn’t a Jedi master flying on Qantas flight QF31 from Sydney to Singapore. However, there was a man who appeared to be high on drugs and/or alcohol who thought he could crash the plane using his mind. Passengers around the delusional man stated he wanted to bring down the flight using only his mind. Although the fear of it actually happening was low, the flight attendants took no chances and cuffed the man’s arms and legs for the remainder of the flight.

Like most people who end up in cuffs during flight, the gentleman was met in Singapore by police.

Source: ABC.net.au via Seattle PI Image: griffs0000

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