Pilot threatens emergency landing after mid-air brawl erupts between mother and angry women who complained about her crying baby

One of the women appears to have her head pushed into the overhead lockers as a brawl broke out 

A brawl
involving three women erupted on a Chinese flight from to Chongqing to
Hong Kong yesterday when two of them complained to a mum that her baby
was making too much noise.
The
women, all believed to be Chinese, were warned that the pilot would be
forced to turn back and make an emergency landing if they didn’t stop
fighting.
The
dispute arose on an Air China flight that took off at 9am after two
women were awakened by the baby’s cries and complained to 27-year-old
mother, Chan Juan Sung.
One of the women appears to have her head pushed into the overhead lockers as a brawl broke out 

As the situation escalated, the two women reclined their seats fully backwards, which aggravated things further.
A
scuffle ensued, with one of the women hitting on her head on the
overhead locker, until cabin crew managed to step in and separate the
women.
Passenger Xiong Wan, 45, said: ‘I was sitting right next to them when they started telling the woman to shut the baby up.
‘She started shouting back at them and before I knew what was happening she leant over the seat and punched one of them.
‘They then started hitting her and all hell broke loose.
‘They were fighting, the baby was now screaming and other passengers were shouting. It was like some bizarre film.’
The pilot on the Air China flight threatened to turn the plane around should the violence continue (File Photo)

The pilot on the Air China flight threatened to turn the plane around should the violence continue (File Photo)
Thankfully
for the other passengers on board, the flight landed at its scheduled
time of 10:52am. Hong Kong police were waiting to interview passengers
about the incident.
Air China spokesman Daio Weimin said: ‘Passengers cannot behave like this.
‘Each and everyone must adhere to aviation laws to ensure a safe and comfortable flight for all.’
The past few days have seen an alarming number of incidents on Chinese planes.
A
man on board a Chinese domestic flight caused panic when he opened the
emergency exit just before take-off as he ‘wanted some fresh air.’ 
Thai Air Asia says one of its flight attendants had a cup of hot water and noodles thrown in her face

Thai Air Asia says one of its flight attendants had a cup of hot water and noodles thrown in her face
The
passenger was on a Xiamen Air flight from Hangzhou to Chengdu, and
although cabin crew managed to diffuse the situation quickly and the
flight took off on time.
Only
days before, a Chinese man had opened the emergency exit and deployed
the slide after wanting to ‘get off quicker’ from his China Eastern
flight that landed at Sanya Fenghaung International Airport in Hainan.
Prior
to this, a Chinese woman scalded a flight attendant by throwing a cup
of hot noodles after finding out she wouldn’t be sat next to her
boyfriend.
The
incident occurred on a charter flight from Bangkok to Nanjing, China,
and passengers were on hand to pull out their smartphones as the mid-air
drama unfolded in front of them, snapping pictures as the injured
flight attendant covered her face and shouted in pain.

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