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Malaysia Airlines Plane Returns After Cockpit Threat

Malaysia Airlines Plane Returns After Cockpit Threat

A Malaysian Airlines plane was forced to return to Melbourne, Australia, after a man attempted to break into the cockpit, claiming he had a bomb.
Flight MH128 departed from Melbourne for Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, at 11:11 p.m. local time on Wednesday and was about 20 minutes into the journey when the incident occurred, the airline said.
“I just heard shouting. There was a bloke saying he wanted to speak to the captain, and cabin crew were trying to calm him down. Then they shouted for help, as it was getting more heated,” passenger Dan Toner, who was sitting close to the cockpit, tells Newsweek.
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