CALGARIA – A man from the United Kingdom, who was removed from a WestJet flight after becoming a violator, received an order to reimburse the airline for the cost of the fuel used to return to Calgary.
On January 4, David Stephen Young was on a flight from Calgary to London when he was denied access to the airplane toilet when the light-belt was turned on.
He made his way to the restroom and, returning to his seat, became aggressive towards other passengers and flight attendants.
The plane then returned to Calgary International Airport, where Young was arrested and charged with crimes, including the fact that they caused riots, criminal prosecution and an attack on a world police officer.
The media report that last week he pleaded guilty to charges in the Criminal Code and the Law on Aeronautics.
The plane was supposed to reset the fuel before it landed.
Yang received an order to pay US $ 21,260.68 to cover the cost of fuel and was sentenced to one day in prison for each of his crimes.
His lawyer says his client is a recovering alcoholic who drank a few drinks before boarding the plane.