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Israel arrested nine suspects after photos of a plane crash spammed passengers’ phones before takeoff

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Israel arrested nine suspects after photos of a plane crash spammed passengers’ phones before takeoff

Israel arrested nine suspects after photos of a plane crash spammed passengers’ phones before takeoff

On Tuesday, the photo was mysteriously sent to a Turkish Airlines passenger’s phone via AirDrop. AirDrop is a tool created by Apple for the iPhone that allows you to make images like this …

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A Turkish airliner with 160 passengers canceled takeoff at Israel’s Benglion Airport on Tuesday after a turmoil occurred shortly after passengers sent photos of a plane crash to an iPhone via AirDrop. According to a police spokesperson, the images included a 2009 crash of a Turkish plane in the Netherlands, a 2013 accident in San Francisco, California, and footage from inside the plane. The photo caused a massive panic on AnadoluJet 737. One of the passengers, a fainted woman, and another were panicked. Nine suspects were charged with all Israeli citizens being dragged out of the plane by guards and spreading false information. Police say they could be prosecuted in. Israeli prison. The plane was headed from Tel Aviv to Istanbul and took off after a re-examination hours after the takeoff was delayed.

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On Tuesday, the photo was mysteriously sent to a Turkish Airlines passenger’s phone via AirDrop. AirDrop is a tool created by Apple for iPhone that allows you to share images without WiFi or mobile data. Passengers showed horrifying images during taxiing and the plane pilot canceled takeoff.

A Turkish A passenger plane with 160 passengers canceled takeoff at Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport on Tuesday after a turmoil occurred shortly after passengers sent photos of a plane crash to an iPhone via AirDrop.

According to a police spokesperson, the images included a Turkish plane crash in the Netherlands in 2009, an accident in San Francisco, California in 2013, and footage from inside the plane.

The photo caused a massive panic on AnadoluJet 737. passengerA woman fainted and another woman had a panic attack.

All nine suspects, police say, could be charged with disseminating false information by Israeli citizens being dragged out of the plane by security guards. This is a crime that can result in imprisonment of up to three years in Israel.

The flight was from Tel Aviv to Istanbul and took off after a re-examination hours after the takeoff was delayed.

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