Amsterdam-bound flight delayed in Houston due to disturbance

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Thursday, December 17, 2015
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Viewer video shows a passenger being detained on a KLM flight.

HOUSTON -- A KLM flight bound for Amsterdam has been delayed on the ground at Bush Intercontinental Airport. An airport official says two passengers got into a disturbance on the plane and had to be removed. Houston police were called to the scene.

Air France flight 8412 operated by KLM was supposed to take off at 4:03pm, but as of 6pm, the flight still had not departed.

A passenger on the plane tells Eyewitness News that a woman reported two men acting suspiciously. After she told the flight attendant, the pilot was alerted and police were called. Officers handcuffed and removed the men from the plane.

It appears passengers have been removed from the plane and are being transported by bus back to the terminal.

Stay with ABC7 News for the latest details on this developing story.