In the United States, the guy jumped out of a plane during landing

A teenager has been arrested after he jumped out of a plane just seconds after it landed on the tarmac at San Francisco International airport.

Officials say the teen, who is a US citizen, was accosted by a construction crew working nearby on the airfield. Other passengers said he seemed anxious and fidgety during the flight and that he acted very quickly, making it hard for anyone to stop him.

SFO spokesperson Doug Yakel confirmed that no runways were affected and there was no operational impact from the incident.

17-year-old boy jumped out of a plane during landing at the airport of San Francisco. He was later transferred to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Yakel said. "This guy, I see him jump on the wing, and then he starts climbing down the wing and then he just runs".

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The airline says it is cooperating with authorities in the ongoing investigation.

People sitting near the exit row stood up when the boy jumped out and started to shout, others said. "And everyone was just screaming", she added, CBS SFBay Area reported. It's unclear why he jumped from the plane. After opening the emergency door, he slid down the wing and finally jumped down onto the tarmac. He was already on the ground and running by the time passengers realized the door had been opened.

Passengers said the teen seemed fidgety and anxious throughout the flight that he acted so quickly, no one had a chance to stop him.

In April in the same year, a United Airlines flight attendant also pulled off a similar incident by jumping off an aircraft.


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