Airport baggage handlers managed to restrain the man before the Australian Federal Police arrived and escorted him away.
The extraordinary scenes unfolded today after the traveller missed his flight and attempted to forcefully enter another plane that was preparing for take off.
The unruly traveler somehow made it past the crew and up to outside the aircraft, where he proceeded to yank on the handle, placing his foot against the plane to get more leverage. He tried to board a plane to Sydney.
The alleged offender was then filmed trying to rip open the front door of the Jetstar aircraft before restrained by baggage handlers.
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There's been a security scare at Melbourne airport this morning, with a passenger attempting to break his way onto a Jetstar plane.
Video footage obtained by 9News shows the man try to open the door several times, becoming increasingly flustered with each forcible attempt.
A Jetstar spokesman said the man's behaviour was "unacceptable" and the company has banned him from travelling on any future Jetstar and Qantas flights.
"We were sitting waiting to get on the flight and people went, 'Oh my god, what is going on?'" Murray said. "Someone was running on the tarmac".
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In the process, the 57-year-old is said to have assaulted an employee of the airline he was meant to be travelling with, Jetstar, and has been charged by police. "This man was attempting to rise up the steps, he was bodily preventing with the employees, punching and scratching them". "The federal police confirmed up 5 minutes later and walked him out".
He has since been banned from traveling on all Jetstar and Qantas flights, The Australian noted.
Melbourne Airport has been contacted for comment.
According to witnesses, the man put up a fierce fight with the airport employees, two of whom were injured in the scuffle.
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AFP officers have taken the man into custody but charges are yet to be laid.