Police remove 'rude' drunk flying on Ryanair flight to Bournemouth

Moment police remove ‘rudemiddle-aged drunk from Ryanair flight from Girona to Bournemouth after he told female flight attendant to ‘f*** offbecause she refused to serve him more alcohol

  • Witnesses say the man disrupted the flight during the Queen’s funeral Monday
  • Footage shows him being arrested by police aboard the plane in Bournemouth
  • He verbally abused a flight attendant who refused to serve him more alcohol
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  • This is the moment a ‘rude’ and ‘intoxicated’ man was removed from a flight by police after insulting the cabin crew.

    The passenger apparently repeatedly told a female flight attendant to ‘f*** offafter she refused to serve him more alcohol.

    A witness says the middle aged man caused disruption throughout the flight during the Queen’s funeral on Monday.








    Footage show a passanger being arrested by police aboard the Ryanair aircraft at Bournemouth Airport, Dorset, after arriving from Girona, Spain

    The passenger verbally abused a flight attendant after she refused to serve him more alcohol

    Footage show a passanger being arrested by police aboard the Ryanair aircraft at Bournemouth Airport, Dorset, after arriving from Girona, Spain. The passenger verbally abused a flight attendant after she refused to serve him more alcohol

    Police removed the passenger before the remainder of passengers safely disembarked the aircraft, the airline said

    Police removed the passenger before the remainder of passengers safely disembarked the aircraft, the airline said

    Footage shows him being arrested by police aboard the Ryanair aircraft at Bournemouth Airport, Dorset, after arriving from Girona, Spain.

    The passenger explained: ‘He appeared mildly intoxicated.

    ‘He could be heard repeatedly telling her tof*** off”, at which point she went to the front of the plane and informed the pilot.

    ‘She came back to the rear of the plane and demanded his passport. It is unclear as to whether he complied with this instruction.

    ‘After she left his seating area he continued to say things likeshe can’t tell me what to doshe’s not my motherI pay my taxes”.’

    At one point he is firmly told to calm down by an officer to avoid distressing ‘families and children’ on the plane — while a small child can be heard crying in the background.

    The man was firmly told to calm down by an officer to avoid distressing families. Police are heard apologising to passengers before leading the man away

    The man was firmly told to calm down by an officer to avoid distressing families. Police are heard apologising to passengers before leading the man away

    After some inaudible conversation with the man, police then apologise to passengers and lead the man away.

    A spokesperson for Ryanair said: ‘The crew of this flight from Girona to Bournemouth (19 September) requested police assistance on arrival at Bournemouth Airport after a passenger became disruptive inflight.

    ‘The aircraft landed normally, and police removed this passenger before the remainder of passengers safely disembarked the aircraft.

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