Three family members, out of the total four, were charged and appeared in a Bermuda court, where it was revealed by the prosecutor that flight crew members and family members had an argument for attempting to use the bathroom while the sign of seatbelt was still on after takeoff. Additionally, the crew suspected that a member of the family smoked later in the flight as well. 54-years-old David McNeil pleaded guilty to the charge of behaving in a disorderly manner, 52-years-old Darlene McNeil pleaded guilty to disobeying lawful commands of a flight crew, and their 22-year-old son David Jr. pleaded not guilty to smoking on a plane. It is learned that the Mr. and Mrs. McNeils reportedly each paid a $500 fine. Report confirms that a 16-year-old boy, the couple’s younger son, was also onboard but not charged during the incident.