Two men arrested at Heathrow after 'disruptive comments' on BA flight

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  1. rwoman
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    AOL.co.uk: Two men arrested at Heathrow after 'disruptive comments' on BA flight

    Some discussions should be left for off the plane...

    :rolleyes:

     
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    Bet they're not feeling so cocky now...idiots.
     
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    From the article...

    People can talk about anything, but certain topics might be more apt to raise others' concerns....especially when on an airplane.
     
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    that is what i meant, that statement pretty much says nothing. what the hell does "potentially" threatening mean in relation to a country. i make many potentially threatening remarks about my own country all the time. so if a person says Isreal should bomb Iran to prevent Iran from making nuclear weapons on airplane, is that person making "potentially" threatening comments about Iran? i see nothing wrong with this type of remark.

    i really would like to see if anything comes out of the actions or whether this was just some overzelous FA.
     

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