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Plane forced to land after passenger "threatens" crew

An aircraft flying from Alicante in Spain to Sweden was forced to make an emergency language, after a passenger started threatening cabin crew, tabloid Aftonbladet reports.

Fellow passengers tell the newspaper the man said he was going to shoot a stewardess in the head, another described the situation as "threatening".

The flight crew then decided to land the plane in Bergamo, Italy, where police removed the man causing the disturbance.

The Ryanair plane then continued its flight to Skavsta airport, outside Stockholm.

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