Virgin Blue Plane Reported Hijacked [Update]

Posted: Apr 25 2014, 2:44am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 25 2014, 2:49am CDT, in News | Also on the Geek Mind

Virgin Blue Plane Reported Hijacked
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Breaking News: An Australian Virgin Blue planes has reportedly been hijacked and forced to land in Bali.

This breaking news. An Australian Virgin Blue planes has reportedly been hijacked and forced to land in Bali. Indonesian Metro TV has broken the news with a video report. The Virgin Blue plane took off in Brisbane, Australia.

The Metro TV site is under heavy load apparently. If get through you can watch the video report here.

There are no additional details available at the moment. The report has also not been confirmed yet.

ITV reports now that a drunk passenger tried to enter the cockpit. He has been since arrested and everything seems under control. The pilot has initially classified the emergency as an hijack attempt.

This breaking news deflated pretty quickly from a high-profile airplane hijacking to a drunk stroy within 30minutes. Well done internet.

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