A drunk and vulgar passenger who caused a Delta Air Lines flight from San Francisco to Atlanta to land at Salt Lake City will be fined $15,000.

The Federal Aviation Administration is proposing the penalty against Aaron Hanson, who on Jan. 28, 2019, was intoxicated on flight 2986 when he rang the call button for a crewmember's assistance.

"When the crewmember arrived, Mr. Hanson's pants were unbuttoned and falling off," says an FAA complaint posted Jan. 10.

Read the full story on the Atlanta Business Chronicle's website. 

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