Got an incident, a year ago, where a passenger travelling from Banjul to Geneva tried to open the rear right door during flight.
It happened during cruise near top of descent.
We were already having troubles with a thrust lever stuck, then when we saw the caution light "cabin door not shut", we thought of a contactor problem. (as it happens quite a lot)
In fact no, it was actually a passenger willing to open the door.
We were first thinking of landing asap with police upon arrival... but we also were thinking of leaving some positive pressure until the guy'd cool down.
Because, hey, at 30.000 ft, no way to open the door, but at 5000 ft? or 3000 ft? especially if you descend like a bullet and the pressu system cannot follow
Well finally when cabin crew and passengers talked to him, he said he wanted to go to the toilets
So rest of flight uneventful (except for the thrust lever stuck
But on the ground, the guy had no passport anymore.
Guess where it was? torn to pieces in the toilet.
The reason? He wanted to throw it outside the plane, but as he couldn't manage to open the door...
Nevertheless, what do you get at 3000 ft? still 1 PSI? 1 pound per square inch, must be quite hard to move?