DIY Network is bringing its popular American Rehab series to the Garden State with a new instalment, American Rehab: Restoring Victoria. Premiering on Wednesday, Sept. 9, at 11 p.m./11:30 p.m. ET/PT, the series follows Shalina Joy, a Newark educator and veteran house flipper, as she tackles her largest renovation yet - restoring a 6000 sq. ft. 19th century Victorian mansion to its former glory. The series showcases Shalina's renovation projects in the three-story home and highlights the property's 100 year history as she strives to restore as many of the original features as possible.
Runtime: 30 minutes
American Rehab: Restoring Victoria - List of air rage incidents - Netflix
This is a list of air rage incidents in commercial air travel that have been covered in the media. Air rage occurs when air travelers or airline personnel act violently, abusively or disruptively towards others in the course of their travel. When these incidents have occurred in flight, they have often required the pilots divert and make an emergency landing in order to have someone taken off the flight as the safety of those on board cannot be guaranteed otherwise; on the ground they have led to delayed departures. Often they involve unruly passengers but sometimes crewmembers have been at fault. In the case of the former, the incidents have resulted in criminal charges; unruly crew often face disciplinary action including termination and, in some cases, charges as well.
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British Airways Flight 1611: Stone Roses lead singer Ian Brown, 35, was sentenced to four months in prison after he threatened to chop a flight attendant's hands off and attempted to break into the cockpit as the flight from Paris was descending to Manchester Airport on February 13. An April British Airways flight from Gatwick to Orlando diverted to Boston where Massachusetts State Police troopers took John Henson, 33, of Nottingham, off the plane and arrested him after he had attempted to kiss a flight attendant, damaged food service equipment and threatened crew before being restrained. He pleaded guilty to malicious destruction of property, interfering with the operation of an aircraft and indecent assault and battery, drawing a $10,000 fine. After boarding a July 9 Spirit Airlines flight from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to Atlantic City, New Jersey, Celeste Keenan, 37, of Pompano Beach, Florida, sprayed perfume on the seats around her due to a foul odor she said she smelled, and verbally abused a flight attendant who asked her to stop. After takeoff, she screamed at a group of three children traveling alone to stop moving in their seats, then fell asleep. However, when one of the children reclined their seat, she awoke, swore at the child and then kicked the seat down so hard it collapsed on the boy, causing head injuries; she was arrested and charged with assault. At trial she claimed diminished capacity as a defense, citing a diagnosis of bipolar disorder subsequent to the incident; she was nevertheless convicted and sentenced to three months' house arrest, 200 hours of community service with the provision that it not be done around children and fines and restitution payments totalling $16,000. Spirit banned her from further flights; the children's parents also sued her. Airtours Flight 463: Stephen Handy, 31, of Coventry, admitted later that he had consumed most of a liter bottle of vodka before boarding the October 30 flight from Gatwick Airport to Malaga. He consumed more on the plane and became so disruptive that a flight attendant asked him to stop smoking and informed him that Spanish police were waiting for him when they plane arrived. Handy responded by smashing his bottle over her head and attempting to stab her with it, permanently scarring her face in the process, until he was restrained by other passengers. He also injured one of the Spanish officers while resisting arrest. At trial, Handy argued that he was so drunk he should not have been allowed on the plane in the first place; a Spanish court nevertheless sentenced him to four years and four months in prison; he was also ordered to pay £6,610 in restitution to the flight attendant and police officer he injured. British authorities banned him from flying any of that country's airlines. On December 5, a Malev Airlines flight from Bangkok to Budapest had to make an emergency landing at Istanbul Atatürk Airport after Mikaeinar Peterson, a Finnish national who had assaulted crew, died on board. After being restrained and confined to his seat, he was injected with tranquilizers to calm him down. The autopsy showed those drugs combined with alcohol in his system to kill him.
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