A 65-year-old Serbian man allegedly called on a counterfeit bomb threat Thursday in hoping to maintain the flight attendant who refused to date him in the country, according to media reports.
in fake, which resulted in the evacuation of Lufthansa flight LH1411 before departure from Belgrade to Frankfurt, Germany, reported by Sky News Saturday.
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"an unknown person who was called and reported with an airplane bomb that was tied to Frankfurt," said the interior ministry of Serbia in a statement after the threat call.
The man told the authorities he met two flight attendants earlier and that they rejected his dinner invitations. He was injured by one of them and said to call a false threat to keep him in the country after failing to find his hotel, according to news.
The threat resulted in the departure of 130 passengers and five crew from the plane. A search of aircraft by police did not give suspicion. The flight was delayed for eight hours, with several passengers picking alternative flight flights instead of waiting.
The airline did not return a Fox News request for Saturday's comments.
Authorities track the location from which the call was made and the suspect was arrested Friday. Prosecutors are asking him to keep him in police custody.
The outlet said he was charged with causing terrible and distress.
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