A airplane has been forced to make an emergency landing following a passenger refused to put on a mask and was accused of groping a woman on the flight, according to numerous reports.
A JetBlue flight departing from New York City's John F Kennedy airport to San Francisco on Sunday afternoon was redirected to Minneapolis after a 42-year-old guy was allegedly putting the safety of other passengers in danger.
A passenger shot a video of this episode on Flight 915 and published it on Twitter. Inside, a JetBlue flight attendant could be observed telling travelers Scerbo made"traumatic moves towards the other passenger" and has been spotted"snorting a white material." A witness on the airplane said in a post on Twitter he"sexually assaulted another passenger."
Scerbo was detained after the flight landed in Minneapolis.
JetBlue did not immediately return a Fox News petition for comment.
A spokesperson for the airline confirmed the incident took place to Business Insider and said the flight was forced to divert to Minneapolis"following a client on board started acting erratically and aggressively toward crewmembers along with other clients. The flight was fulfilled by law enforcement, the customer was removed and the flight continued on to San Francisco," the spokesperson said.