Investigators say charges have been filed against a man whose screaming and threats aboard a Delta Air Lines flight prompted an emergency landing in Tulsa Oklahoma.
Prosecutors in Tulsa say the 29-year-old man is from Vancouver, Washington.
He was charged Thursday with interference with flight crew members and attendants.
The FBI says he was loudly singing and ignored a flight attendant on a Wednesday flight from Oregon to Atlanta.
The pilot diverted and landed in Tulsa.
Police and security officers met the plane when it arrived at took the man into custody.
As police escorted him out of the gate area he said, "I made a mistake, man."
No injuries were reported.
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