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On Sunday afternoon, December 17, there was a lot of confusion on the plane to Miami in the United States. According to the Colombian daily newspaper El Tiempo, “a Polish citizen carried out an attack” on Colombian police officers when they asked him to leave the plane due to his drunken state.

The accident occurred at Ernesto Cortesos Airport in Barranquilla, Colombia. The recording shows that the Polish man aggressively and without uttering a word attacked the officers responsible for removing him from the plane. The man was very aggressive and there was a huge commotion on board.

According to Jorge Urquijo, Colombian police chief, the decision was made after receiving complaints from passengers and cabin crew, who warned him that he was behaving inappropriately. But he did not listen to the crew’s calls.

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The Colombian police chief added that this man is being tried for a crime against a public employee and will be handed over to the competent authorities in the coming hours.

As described by Colombian mediaThe whole situation seemed very dangerous. The children on the plane cried as the police tried to control the Polish citizen’s behavior.

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Authorities in Colombia said the police officers were not seriously injured and were able to resume their job duties. Furthermore, no other passengers were injured as a result of the accident.

Journalists addThe Pole has an American visa and often visits Colombia.

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