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IrelandPassenger on Ryanair flight from Dublin Airport to Portugal thrown off plane by police for being 'verbally abusive'

13:10  16 may  2019
13:10  16 may  2019 Source:   msn.com

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This clip shows the moment a 'disruptive' passenger on a Ryanair flight from Dublin to Portugal is removed from the flight by Portuguese police . Portuguese police in Faro removed the man for being allegedly being drunk and abusive on the plane .

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Passenger on Ryanair flight from Dublin Airport to Portugal thrown off plane by police for being 'verbally abusive' © Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited A Ryanair plane at Dublin Airport

A passenger on a flight from Dublin Airport to Faro was thrown off the plane for allegedly being verbally abusive during the flight.

The man was escorted off the flight by police in Portugal after he allegedly abused other passengers on a Ryanair flight earlier this month.

In a video posted on Twitter, the man is repeatedly told to get his bag, Dublin Live reports.

He is eventually pushed off the aircraft by the Portuguese officer.

Ryanair confirmed the incident happened on May 2 and said the matter is now with local police.

A spokesperson said: "This flight from Dublin to Faro (May 2) requested police assistance upon landing after a passenger became disruptive in-flight.

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A passenger has been pinned to the ground by police at Dublin Airport after running out of the In a statement, an airport spokesman said: "A male and female passenger were late for a Ryanair flight to According to airport operator DAA, 14.7 million passengers travelled through Dublin Airport in

Racist male passenger should have been put off flight before it departed. Flight attendant incapable of responding appropriately. Essex police takes prejudice-based crime seriously and we want all incidents to be reported. “We are working closely with Ryanair and the Spanish authorities on the

"The aircraft landed normally and police and removed and detained this individual.

"The safety and comfort of our customers, crew and aircraft is our number one priority. This is now a matter for local police."

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