A number of drinks on board a United Airlines flight sure for Tokyo has value one passenger greater than $65,000, after he grew to become disorderly and threatened to kill a flight attendant.Seksan Kumtong – who’s now 52 – had been appearing surprisingly since boarding a United Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Narita, Japan, final February.According to Brenden Ryan, an FBI particular agent in Anchorage, wrote in an affidavit supporting a legal criticism, Mr Kumtong reportedly started appearing up shortly after takeoff from LAX, when a crew member noticed him “banging on the airport lavatory doorways”.The flight attendant tried to direct Mr Kumtong to a distinct toilet, at which level he tried – however failed – to shove the crew member, based on an Anchorage Daily News article printed final February.According to Fox News, Mr Kumtong finally returned to his seat and fell asleep after being denied any extra alcohol.When he woke, he ordered extra alcoholic drinks, however was denied. He then started swearing loudly earlier than putting a flight attendant within the face, and trying to take the crew member to the ground of the plane.At one level, Mr Kumtong additionally yelled, “I’ll kill you,” based on an FBI affidavit.Crew members and passengers rushed to restrain the disruptive traveller earlier than the flight was diverted to Anchorage, Alaska.“The flight landed safely and was met by native officers,” United wrote in an announcement issued final February, wherein they referred to Mr Kumtong as a “disruptive passenger”.Fellow passengers have been supplied with vouchers for meals on arrival to Anchorage and resort stays to the aeroplane employees and 214 passengers on board, based on a sentencing doc. The value of the diversion was $A64,200.Prior to Tuesday’s sentencing, Mr Kumtong – from North Hollywood, California – had pleaded responsible to interfering with the flight crew.Mr Kumtong’s lawyer stated his shopper had suffered from uncontrolled diabetes for years. His medical situation mixed with alcohol consumption result in “extreme hypoglycaemia and consequent combativeness,” Mr Kumtong’s lawyer stated.He stated the response, on this case, was not an excuse however does partially clarify why he acted so violently.