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Flight of frenzy

May 17, 2014 - 1:07am


She had a front-row seat to the horror unfolding before her eyes — not once, but twice — on what was supposed to be a eight-hour Australia-Singapore flight on Wednesday.

Less than two metres away, a man dashed down the aisle in her direction and tried to open the emergency door as the Boeing 777-200 plane was flying from Sydney to Singapore.

The Australian woman, who wanted to be known only as Ms Denise, told The New Paper yesterday: “He had rage in his eyes and he was screaming like a wild animal."

As the plane landed in Bali to let the screaming man and his partner disembark, a drunk passenger started hurling vulgarities at the flight attendants.

“Just what are the chances of two stressful incidents happening on one flight, one after another?" asked Ms Denise.

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