Watch: Dallas-bound Flight Lands in Oklahoma So Police Can Remove Drunken, Violent Passenger

Applause broke out Sunday night as a Dallas-bound American Airlines flight made an emergency landing in Oklahoma City to discharge a possibly drunk passenger.A flight attendant said the incident began when a passenger started fighting with others after the plane left from Pittsburgh, Oklahoma City television station News 9 reported."I left the handcuffs up front with the other flight attendants, in case anything happened, and we went at him at the same time," the flight attendant told the station, adding that a group of passengers helped subdue the man with tape.The unruly passenger was identified as 32-year-old Brandon Cordell Ganus of Weatherford.Once the plane landed at Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma City police arrived to take him away, according to local TV station KFOR.  Continue reading...

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