Shock moment American Airlines passenger opens door to JUMP on plane wing as it pulls in & then blames 'blood pressure'

THIS plane passenger's unorthodox exit landed him in handcuffs.

An American Airlines flight arriving in Miami from Colombia came to a bizarre end when a passenger opened the plane's emergency exit door and jumped onto the wing as the plane pulled into its gate.


The incident unfolded at around 7.16pm on Wednesday when flight AA920 landed at Miami International Airport from Cali, Colombia.

The unruly passenger was identified by Local News 10 as Christian Segura, a 33-year-old American citizen.

Police said the plane was approaching the terminal when the passenger unlatched a door and exited onto the wing.

When officers arrived Segura jumped to the ground, where he detained by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Segura reportedly told authorities that he was not feeling well upon landing.

He was transported to the emergency room at Jackson Memorial Hospital after paramedics determined he had high blood pressure.

Segura has since been transferred to the custody of the Miami Dade Police Department and will be booked into jail upon his release from the hospital, Local News 10 reported.

It is unclear what charges he could face.

Police said all other passengers were able to deplane without any issues and the incident did not result in any delays.

An American Airlines spokesperson said: "We are aware of an incident involving a passenger on American Airlines flight 920 from Cali, Colombia (CLO) to Miami (MIA).

"While customers were exiting the plane at the gate, a passenger opened the over-wing emergency exit and jumped onto the ramp. The customer was immediately detained by law enforcement officials.

"All other customers deplaned normally. We thank our team members for their professionalism and apologize to our customers for the inconvenience."

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