A JetBlue plane made an emergency landing at Denver International Airport on Sunday night.
7NEWS reported that Flight 677 was scheduled to fly from John F Kennedy Airport in New York to Los Angeles when it was diverted to Denver because of an unruly passenger.
JetBlue would only say the flight was rerouted to Denver for a customer service reason.
Denver Police and FBI agents responded to the scene, according to Denver International Airport spokeswoman Laura Coale.
Cellphone video captured the man being taken off the plane in handcuffs.
JetBlue said the plane left Denver at 1 a.m. Monday.
Film producer Cassian Elwes was onboard the plane and was seated next to the man. After he landed, he tweeted a dramatic account of what happened.
Calling the arrested man, Hoodie, Elwes tweeted:
"Hoodie wants to get up. he walks to the back & stands in the galley for 10 mins just staring at the metal wall."
"[Hoodie] starts ripping up a magazine and licking the paper... Then he starts sticking the magazine pieces to the mini tv in front of him."
"Hoodie tries to get up but air marshal blocks him. More f*** yous. Hoodie throws his vodka at him but it lands on the couple in front of him."
No word on the charges the man faces. 7News has learned he may have groped a pregnant woman during the flight
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