The chairman of the Russian Youth Union, Pavel Krasnorutsky, made a brawl on the plane the day before, promised to “send the flight attendant to war” and tried to fight with another passenger, and had a fight with the police at the airport. After that, he was detained, 1 ppm of alcohol was found in his blood, reports Baza.
An alcohol concentration of 2.1 ppm is achieved by drinking 0.5-0.7 liters of vodka, depending on body weight and other factors.
According to Baza, the crew handed over the head of the Youth Union to law enforcement officers after he drank whiskey on the plane. Krasnorutsky himself stated that he simply spoke loudly and did not conflict with anyone. During a conversation with police representatives, Krasnorutsky began to swear and tried to grab them by the uniform. Two administrative protocols were drawn up against him, now he may face a criminal case for the use of violence against a representative of the authorities, the report emphasizes.
Earlier, Baza reported that the head of the Youth Union staged a brawl on the plane on June 17 in business class right during the Aeroflot flight from Khanty-Mansiysk to Moscow. At first he just drank whiskey, but then he found himself a company from the "economy" and tried to take alcohol there. He was warned and told that they would no longer give alcohol. In response, he began to demand whiskey and climb to the flight attendant "with obscenities." After much argument, Krasnorutsky said that the flight attendant would either give him alcohol or, on his orders, “go to war.” During the plane's descent, Krasnorutsky quarreled with a neighbor and, as Baza reported, hit him. At Sheremetyevo, after landing, he was handed over to the police. Krasnorutsky denies everything:
“There was no conflict, I don’t understand where it came from. It was as if no one demanded whiskey from anyone, fought with anyone, and no one sent anyone to any wars. Probably, what was wrong was that we were talking loudly and, probably, interfered.”