Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Markets | By Otis Pena

Ex-lawmaker: Naked man tackled on Alaska Airlines flight

Ex-lawmaker: Naked man tackled on Alaska Airlines flight

In one photo posted to Twitter, Ellis grins with the Cascade Mountains rising in the background.

An Alaska Airlines mid-flight streaker managed to run the length of a Boeing 737 bare naked before two tackled and locked in the restroom for the remainder of the flight from Seattle to Anchorage. On my flight from Seattle to Anchorage, a completely naked man ran from the front of the plane to the back, yelling and waving.

"Guy is restrained in the back of the plane".

A naked passenger was able to streak through the cabin of an Alaska Airlines plane Monday before being detained, the Associated Press reported, citing the account of a former lawmaker. Some fear and distress from passengers. "Waiting now @ gate 4 law enforcement!"

'May have been psychotic break since some said guy who chased and tackled him [said he] was actually his father. Ellis did not immediately return a request for comment.

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Egan told the AP the plane landed "without incident" but would not specify if the man was clothed or not.

But people do have a way of seeing freakish incidents with a different perspective once the confusion subsides, Roberts noted. He said the man appeared to be in his early 20s and that it occurred about 20 minutes before the plane landed in Anchorage.

Johnny Ellis, a former member of Alaska's Senate and House of Representatives, was on the flight and wrote about it on Twitter. He has often tweeted to support public education funding, and he met with Alaska Gov. Bill Walker, R, in April.

'I waited for a wheelchair and was next to last off the plane.

Ellis later followed up with theories on what might have happened-but said the captain ended up being "extra nice" to passengers on the flight.

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