SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Passengers wrestled an apparently drunk Burmese to the floor as he tried to haul the pilot of a Cathay Pacific jumbo out of his seat minutes before landing, a newspaper said on Wednesday. The economy class passenger, who was not named, staggered upstairs with a bottle of whisky to the cockpit deck before landing in Bangkok, pushing aside three flight crew before grabbing the British pilot, the Straits Times said, quoting an airline spokeswoman.Three business class passengers on the upper deck leapt in to help, the newspaper said. Charles Adams, 58, a senior United Parcel Service (UPS) official based in Singapore, broke a wrist punching the Burmese as the passengers forced him to release the pilot and pinned him to the floor. The inflight fracas happened on a flight from Singapore on November 25, the newspaper said. It quoted the airline spokeswoman as saying the co-pilot had been in full control throughout and the Burmese passenger was arrested after the plane had landed safely. Thai authorities told the newspaper the suspect was still being questioned on Tuesday in Bangkok.