Delta Air Lines Flight 901 Makes Emergency Landing Due to Squabbling Couple

Thursday, March 13, 2014
By George Hatcher

Flight 901 of Delta Air Lines, flying from Atlanta to Costa Rica, had to make an emergency landing on Grand Cayman Islands, due to a couple squabbling on their wedding anniversary.250px-Delta_logo.svg

According to Raymond Christian, Chief Inspector Royal Cayman Islands police, the groom was arrested on charges of drinking and inappropriate conduct, while the bride was allowed to continue the flight.

The police have not revealed the details about bride’s identity but they confirm that the groom, identified as Michael Foret, 33, is a U.S. national.

Foret was later presented in front of a Cayman Islands Judge, who fined him $600 for forcing the plane to make emergency landing.

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