Who knew Jimmy Kimmel had such an observant eye?!
United Airlines had to turn around one of its flights late Monday night after an unruly passenger began screaming "Jihad, Jihad" while running toward the cockpit, according to CNN. But when a picture of the suspect was released, the Jimmy Kimmel Live! host noticed that he looked eerily similar to Jimmy Fallon!
"Oh, @jimmyfallon what did you DO?!" the comedian tweeted Tuesday morning.
The picture shows the unnamed flier lying on the ground, looking battered after fellow passengers managed to restrain him. The plane turned back because he "failed to comply with crew instructions," a United Airlines spokesman Luke Punzenberger told CNN. Although the incident must have been terrifying for the people onboard the flight, Kimmel managed to make light of the situation, despite the joke probably coming a little "too soon."
Naturally, Fallon had a sense of humor about the whole thing, and tweeted back at Kimmel, writing, "That's not me. That's young Bob Dylan doing Caberet."
Once the flight landed, airport police removed him from the plane so EMTs could transport him to a nearby hospital. As of late Tuesday morning, the passenger had not been arrested or charged with a crime. Per CNN, there is nothing connecting the man to terrorism, and no weapons were found after he was subdued.
A cell phone video showed the man being held down by other passengers while one apparently tries to calm him down.
"Don't move," one passenger says. "You're OK. We're going to get you off this plane, buddy."
The plane, which was originally scheduled to fly to Denver, made it back to Dulles International Airport at around 10:40 p.m., where passengers were rebooked on other flights to Colorado.