07 March, 2018
She can be heard repeatedly screaming "I am God", while passengers try to keep her down.
Video of the noon chaos aboard Flight 5449 shows another traveler tying up the woman's feet as another man holds her down in the aisle of the 73-passenger plane.
Police detained the woman, who remains unidentified at this time, once the flight landed safely into the Boise Airport. She was then handed over to the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare where she was going to be evaluated. Boise Police were waiting at the gate as the flight landed, he said.
According to other passengers, the woman appeared nervous at first, but in no time, she started acting unusual.
One of the passengers told the authorities that the woman kept repeating nonsensical phrases referring to God who holds all the data. "The flight staff were real calm".
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A spokesperson for the Boise police says officers will forward the police report to the local prosecutor to decide if charges should be filed.
Thanks to a generous passenger, there is footage of the incident available on YouTube.
All other passengers were able to safely deplane at the Boise Airport, and no one was hurt, the airline said. "I could tell that one or both were uneasy with flying".
There are no leads on why the woman tried to open the door mid-flight; however, Williams confirmed that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is also investigating the event.
The woman was restrained until law enforcement officials arrive at the gate in Boise, according to SkyWest's statement.