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10 March 2017, 12:44 | Leonard Manning
Officials say there was a dispute between a 66-year-old male passenger and the flight crew over the cost of a blanket. The 66-year-old man complained of being cold, asked for a blanket, learned the price, and demanded to talk to the airline's corporate office.
The passenger became increasingly aggressive and then "made a statement that he wanted to "take somebody behind the woodshed" over this, which prompted the flight crew to contact the captain who then in turn diverted the aircraft to LAX", said Rob Pedregon of the Los Angeles Airport Police.
A flight attendant announced to passengers that the plane had to divert "due to operational reasons" and that law enforcement officers would be boarding the plane upon landing at LAX.
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