She said she overheard people report that "he had taken off his clothes and he just wasn't in his right mind".
Once the plane landed back in the Last Frontier State, the Boeing 737 was greeted by airport police and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents, who quickly removed the man from the plane. Passengers then had to disembark and wait three and a half hours until the next flight. The Boeing 737, which had 178 passengers aboard when it turned around, took off from Anchorage a second time at 6:37 a.m.
Alaska Airlines spokesman Tim Thompson told The Associated Press in an email that the flight turned back to Alaska "due to a passenger not following flight attendant's instructions".
Passengers were in for a surprise when their early morning flight was forced to turn around after a naked passenger refused to come out of the bathroom, reported KTVA.
Federal Bureau of Investigation agents responded to the airport and spoke with the naked passenger, Perry said, but it wasn't clear whether he was arrested.
She said that she and most other passengers did not see the man being taken off the flight, because several other men were standing near the bathroom to shield the view.
Chloe Martin, a spokeswoman for U.S. Attorney for Alaska Bryan Schroder, told KTVA that no charges have yet been filed against the unruly passenger. "Flight 146 arrived at Anchorage International around 2:45 a.m. and was met by law enforcement officers at the gate".
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But White House officials said Kelly pushed Porter to stay in the job even after the release of the photos. Trump himself has "full confidence in his abilities and his performance", according to Sanders.
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Ice and snow covered Chicago's expressways, where there were at least 25 crashes overnight, the Chicago Tribune reported. Most school districts cancelled classes on Friday before any snow started falling, including the Chicago Public Schools.
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Then, on Thursday, Hadid caught the man lurking around her apartment and was again forced to call the authorities. The investigation is still ongoing, and it's unclear if he remains in custody, the spokesperson said.
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"It's just my gut feeling that he (Joseph) will start the game well against Wales ", said Jones at the England press conference. Asked if Eddie Jones' comments suggested he might be anxious about Wales , Jones added: "I don't know".