Different travelers had the option to deplane without occurrence

A traveler was confined Wednesday evening in South Florida after he supposedly opened a plane’s crisis exit and strolled on the wing.

Authorities said the episode occurred around 7:30 p.m. on an American Airlines flight that had recently shown up in Miami from Colombia.

The traveler left the plane as it arrived at the terminal at Miami International Airport.

“During deplaning in Miami, a client on American Airlines flight 920 with administration from Cali, Colombia (CLO) to MIA left the airplane by means of a crisis exit. The client was quickly confined by law implementation. We thank our colleagues and law implementation for their demonstrable skill and speedy activity,” American Airlines representative Whitney Zastrow told.

The traveler was distinguished as Christian Segura, 33, an American resident, Miami’s WPLG-TV announced.

He hopped off the wing after officials showed up, as per specialists.

Police said he was confined by U.S. Customs and Border Protection specialists, the station announced.

Specialists noticed the episode didn’t create any setbacks and different travelers had the option to deplane with no issues.

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