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Alaska Airlines Credits Passengers For $100 After Drunk Forces Landing

03/16/2016 03:14 EDT | Updated 03/16/2016 03:59 EDT

Alaska Airlines just gave a big lesson in how to smooth things over with passengers this week.

Flight 800 was travelling from Sacramento to Seattle on Monday when a drunk passenger started disrupting the flight despite crew members' best efforts to calm him, said King 5 News.

The passenger eventually locked himself in a bathroom, and the flight was grounded in Portland so he could be handed over to police, KOIN 6 reported.

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The rest of the passengers eventually arrived in Seattle at around 1:15 a.m., over an hour behind schedule.

But Alaska Airlines had a perk for customers who were inconvenienced.

Twitter user @madisadventures tweeted the following on Tuesday:

That's one way to win them over!

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