Chinese passenger denied flight boarding, hits police with skateboard

A Chinese passenger was captured in a viral TikTok video clip trying to assault a Tourist Police officer at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok with a skateboard. The unruly passenger had become enraged after the captain of a flight back to China declined his boarding due to considerations about his disruptive behaviour, thus proving the captain’s point.
Pol. Maj. Gen. ML Santhikorn Worawan, Commander of Tourist Police Division 1, explained that the incident unfolded on August 9 round 10.30pm on the international departure lounge of Don Mueang Airport. The tourist police team was alerted to a Chinese passenger, estimated to be around 45 years outdated, inflicting a commotion with loud screaming and shouting.
Responding swiftly, the police arrived to seek out that the Chinese passenger was agitated as a outcome of being denied permission to board the plane by the airline’s staff after the flight’s captain assessed his behaviour as potentially disruptive to fellow passengers, reported Sanook.
Three Tourist Police officers promptly intervened to handle the scenario, guaranteeing that the agitated passenger’s actions did not negatively impact other travellers. Despite their efforts to calm the Chinese passenger and de-escalate, the passenger’s mood deteriorated additional, leading him to wield his skateboard as a weapon in an try to smack one of many cops.
Remarkably, the officers did finally successfully abate the state of affairs by reminding him of the pre-boarding agreement mandated by the airline. Through calm communication, they managed to assuage the Chinese passenger’s frustration.
In a strategic move, the police collaborated with the airline to rearrange the passenger’s return trip to Shenzhen. No questions asked was scheduled to depart the following day at 7.25pm.
This just isn’t the one example of a Chinese passenger behaving badly on a aircraft or even a train. In June, an older passenger threatened to vomit on a younger girl in an attempt to pressure her from her pre-booked window seat. The older passenger claimed to suffer from a grave disease, but when her coercion attempt failed, she and her husband resorted to threats of physical violence.
And only recently, another older girl refused to give up occupying three seats on a Chinese train. Despite other passengers’ considerations and the attempts of the prepare workers, the Chinese lady clung to her entitlement, in the end leading to her elimination from the train..

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