Update: An unruly passenger has forced a Virgin Australia flight to be held on the runway at Bali, and sparked erroneous reports of a hijacking.
Virgin Australia airport manager at Ngurah Rai, Heru Sudjatmiko said a drunk passenger on flight VA41 from Brisbane to Denpasar had tried to get into the cockpit of the plane but was stopped by the crew.
The man was handcuffed and put into a rear seat of the plane.
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Bali - drunk - Virgin Australia:- All you need to knowUpdate: An unruly passenger has forced a Virgin Australia flight to be held on the runway at Bali, as Indonesian police get involved.
A Virgin Australia spokesman discounted earlier reports of a hijacking, and said there had rather been a drunken passenger or a medical emergency.
"We're still trying to get to the bottom of what happened, but the plane has landed safely at Denpasar," he said.
The head of the Indonesian National Police detective unit said police "already have one perpetrator he’s now being interrogated".