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The passenger is arrested on the plane after “doing what Jesus said” and causing the plane to crash

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A woman broke out on a flight and had to be arrested after doing ‘as Jesus said’, putting the lives of all the passengers at risk.

The flight took off from Houston to Columbus (USA) on November 26. The passenger was a 34-year-old American named Elom Agbegninu.

At that point, she got out of her seat and went to the back of the plane, near the emergency door. Despite receiving alerts to return to the correct location, the woman ignored them and pulled the lever.

As the plane was at an altitude of 37,000 meters, stewards nearby panicked and screamed for help.

A man wanted to help and tried to control Elon. This time he was bitten on the thigh and the wound started to bleed quickly.

With that, police had to make an emergency landing to take the woman into custody as she hit her head on the ground while screaming, “Jesus told me to fly to Ohio and open the plane door.”

Authorities explained that there was a suspicious apprehension on this date. She reportedly left the house without telling anyone and had no luggage with her.

Although scared, only the passenger who was bitten was injured and the flight was able to resume later.

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