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A flight attendant said the computer probably belonged to a man had left it there and gone to the bathroom, according to Basden. Uskanli retrieved the laptop — scowling. Play Video Man detained after trying to break Into cockpit on Honolulu-bound flight A man was detained at Honolulu International Airport on May 19 after allegedly trying to break into the cockpit on an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles, the Department of Homeland Security said.
Halfway through the flight, about a. But intelligence officials have been on alert after warnings of possible terrorist group efforts to hide bombs in laptop computers and other electronic devices. Laptop computers have been banned from carry-on baggage on many U. Down the aisle with a beverage cart, using it to block Uskanli from the front of the plane.
Lorenzen was among several passengers, including an off-duty police officer, who tried to restrain the man. There were pillows and blankets. And they taped him to his chair. After the plane landed in Honolulu, a passenger took video of agents leading Uskanli, a Turkish national, off in handcuffs. Agents and police dogs then searched every seat and passenger. Before he even boarded the plane, Anil Uskanli had been arrested by police at Los Angeles International Airport after a worker allegedly spotted him walking through a security door leading from the terminal to an airfield ramp shortly before 3 a.
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