Drunk Ryanair Passenger Removed After Throwing Tantrum in the Aisle

by Anthony Losanno
Ryanair Drunk Passenger

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An intoxicated woman was removed from a Ryanair flight when she went on a profanity-laced tirade after being asked to “pipe down” by another passenger. She was traveling from Tenerife Sur Reina Sofia (TFS) to Bristol Airport (BRS) when she lost it.

Her female travel-mate had already been removed from the plane for vaping. She loudly denied what the crew saw and her friend decided to join the melee. The Daily Mail shared a firsthand account from another passenger who was sitting five rows away. They said:

She was very loud and kept shouting even before we boarded. Most people were hoping they weren’t sitting by them.”

As the woman in the video collects her belongings, a male flight attendant tries to calm her down. This does not work and she continues cursing and yelling at another crew member. When she finally makes her way down the aisle and off the plane, other passengers clap and cheer.

Anthony’s Take: As I’ve said before, excess alcohol and plane travel are rarely a good mix. People have forgotten how to act civilly and it seems all decorum goes out the window when people board planes.

(Featured Image Credit: Jeffrey Brown via Facebook.)

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