He also jumped over passengers in his row and onto a beverage cart present in the aisle.
“As he came off of the cart, he almost landed on a flight attendant and pushed her into a seat, knocking drinks and cups to the ground,” the records said before adding that he ran down the aisle of the plane.
Prosecutors also noted that a flight attendant had calmed Williams down and escorted him back to his seat.
“About 10 minutes later, Williams began to act up again and screamed an obscenity,” the documents alleged.
The other attendants then decided to place many US Marines who were on the same flight, in seats around Williams as a precaution.
But not too long after, Williams began to scream and remove his clothing.
The captain of the aircraft turned the plane around and landed in Billings so that Williams could be removed.
Williams has been released from custody, and his sentence hearing is scheduled for October 20.
As of June 28, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) noted that there had been 1,562 reports of disorderly passengers, of which 520 called for investigations.
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