1. The airline confirmed to KTLA that a passenger got on the wrong flight, but police said it didn't pose a security threat. The FBI was investigating that it could have been a possible stowaway, but no arrests had been made, KTLA reported.
  2. A producer for Teigen's show "Drop the Mic" showed the ANA flight's path.
  3. After the more than eight-hour flight, Teigen said that they were taken to a secure area and some passengers were interviewed by police before being allowed to disembark the plane.
  4. The couple were eventually allowed to get off the plane, and went to an airline lounge as they awaited their next flight. They were able to enjoy "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and had ramen while they waited.
  5. A few hours after the "gourmet" dinner of ramen, they were on board another flight to Tokyo.