Two pyjama wearing bearded followers of the ‘religion of peace’ have now been charged with endangering a passenger jet. Taxi driver Tayyab Subhani, 30, and restaurant worker Mohammed Safdar, 41, both from the Islamic enclave of Nelson in Lancashire, will appear in court on Monday. They will now have a taxpayer funded break to look forward to at one of Her Majesty’s finest prisons. If they are lucky they may be amongst friends with plenty of Muslim grooming gang members and Islamic terrorists currently enjoying a break in the UK’s HMP’
Their backwards stupidity caused the Manchester bound plane to be diverted to Stansted airport which is the designated airport for hijacks and major security incidents, with a remote area known as Compass Base set aside far from the main terminal.
Two charged with endangering jet
Two men have been charged with endangering an aircraft after a passenger jet was diverted mid-flight, police said.
By Telegraph reporters and agencies
9:32AM BST 26 May 2013
Taxi driver Tayyab Subhani, 30, and restaurant worker Mohammed Safdar, 41, both from Nelson in Lancashire, will appear in court on Monday, Essex Police said.
The charges are in connection with an incident on Friday involving a Pakistan International Airways airliner at Stansted Airport.
An RAF Typhoon jet was scrambled to escort the Boeing 777 flight to Manchester over UK airspace before it was diverted to the Essex airport, where it landed at 2.15pm.
The flight had left Lahore at 9.35am local time and was thought to have been carrying 297 passengers.
Officers boarded Pakistan International Airlines flight PK709 and removed the men from the plane.
Reports on Friday indicated there had been a fight on board.
According to one of the passengers, the aircraft’s cabin crew said two men had repeatedly tried to get into the cockpit.
The very same plane on the very same flight – from Lahore to Manchester – had previously been diverted to Stansted on September 7 2011 due to a bomb scare.
Essex Police said the men would remain in custody ahead of their court appearance.
They will remain in police custody until their c