As Hudek continued his attempts to open the cabin door, one flight attendant hit Hudek with two bottles of red wine, breaking one of them over his head.
Meanwhile, Hudek punched the other flight attendant in the face several times and hit a passenger in the head with a red dessert wine bottle, according to documents. Two minutes later, he again exited the restroom and then ran towards an emergency exit door and attempted to open it. Hudek, who by now sounds thoroughly insane, apparently didn't even feel the effects of a one liter bottle of wine breaking over his head. There were 207 passengers on board, according to Delta.
"He started yelling for help", Dustin Jones, a passenger on the flight who sat near Hudek, said.
Aircraft cabin doors can not be opened at high altitudes because of the differing pressures inside and outside the jet's cabin, and the Delta plane was cruising at high altitude, at 32,000 feet, when the incident happened.
He was arrested Thursday night after causing the disturbance that forced the plane to return to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, authorities said.
A Delta employee broke a wine bottle over a passenger's head after the man attempted to open the cabin door during the flight.
Hudek faces up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. He remained "extremely combative" all the way back to Seattle and needed to be restrained by multiple passengers until the Delta flight landed, according to the complaint.
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In this incident, three people were injured aboard Delta flight 129, and this included two passengers and one crew member, informed the people present there.
'This is so out of character of him, I can't believe it, ' Hudek said.
Delta Flight 129 was back in the air Friday morning, heading to Beijing.
Law enforcement officers took the passenger into custody after the flight returned to the gate, Delta said. Initially, two people familiar with it told CNN on condition of anonymity that the man tried to enter the cockpit, but the altercation took place just outside the cockpit door in the forward galley.
Dietrich-Williams, the Federal Bureau of Investigation spokeswoman, added there was no information to suggest there was a national security threat.
He had been sitting in the Boeing 767's first-class section, she said.
The FBI Seattle field office maintains a regular presence at the airport, and is assisting and interviewing passengers from the flight, according to Dietrich-Williams.