Yowza! Thankfully there was a co-pilot locked inside there.
This is the moment a Delta Air Lines pilot told passengers the first officer would be making an emergency landing because he had been locked out of the cockpit.
He stood up and calmly addressed the cabin during a flight from Minneapolis to Las Vegas on Thursday after the door malfunctioned.
After taking a bathroom break, he tried to return to the controls but couldn’t get back in, prompting the crew to make a distress call to McCarran International Airport.
When the co-pilot landed ‘perfectly’, the 168 passengers on board broke out into applause.
Curry Russell who recorded the video said the situation was ‘pretty crazy’ but ‘pretty exciting’.
Read more: Daily Mail