Miami, Florida (PRWEB) September 27, 2013
The Anchorage Daily News (8/20) reports in their news story titled Woman's in-flight antics land her in Anchorage jail after jet diverted, that a drunk woman acted so unruly and disruptive on a flight that she forced the pilot to land in Anchorage, Alaska on the way to Shanghai, China.
Stephanie Heizmann Auerbach, was being held in Hiland Mountain Correctional Center on federal charges of disrupting a flight.
Flight 181 began its journey in New York and en route to Shanghai via Detroit. According to the charges, Auerbach's disruptive behavior began 1.5 hours into the 7,100-mile trip.
After conducting an investigation, an FBI agent found that a flight attendant served Auerbach five glasses of white wine, but the drinking didn't stop there. Three passengers said that Auerbach had been "taking and consuming alcoholic beverages from the galley without the knowledge of the flight crew," the charges say.
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