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Ireland‘It was two hours of hell’ — Police drag ‘disruptive’ man off Ryanair flight

19:50  16 may  2019
19:50  16 may  2019 Source:   extra.ie

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‘It was two hours of hell’ — Police drag ‘disruptive’ man off Ryanair flight © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland Man Dragged Off Ryanair Flight

A man was dragged from a Ryanair flight following an altercation with police officers.

The video shows the moment the man argued with officers after he was reported for his behaviour on board the flight from Dublin to Faro in Portugal on May 2.

In one moment of the video, a police officer slapped the man’s hand down for touching him.

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Near the end of the clip, the officer pushes the back of the man’s neck as he walked off the plane.

The man was allegedly disruptive with a hen party who were also on board the flight.

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Deborah Martin, who recorded the footage, told Extra.ie: ‘It was packed flight and it [Faro] is obviously a very popular for hens and stag parties.

‘I was sitting beside lady with her son and it was very intimidating — there was a lot of shouting and screaming.

‘Everyone got on in good enough form. There were women on a hens spread across the plane and big group of guys, maybe 15 to 20 of them.

‘It was two hours of hell’ — Police drag ‘disruptive’ man off Ryanair flight © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland ‘They all began slagging with each other and it started friendly. They were all jarred but the guy in the video was really drunk.

‘It was very, very clear that they were drinking their own drink. It looked to me like they were drinking plastic cups of whisky, but someone else on the flight said it was vodka and red bull.’

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While hassling the staff on board for drink, and because so many people needed to use the toilet, Debroah said everybody was uncomfortable, especially a family with a disabled daughter who were sitting behind her.

Another person on the plane told Deborah that things escalated for the man in the video after he allegedly hit a male Ryanair staff member on the backside.

‘It was two hours of hell’ — Police drag ‘disruptive’ man off Ryanair flight © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland ‘At one point we could hear one of the stewards speaking to the captain about contacting police and then female steward told him police were coming on board.

‘The lads beside him cheered then, thinking great craic before the captain came down, greeted local police and they took over from there.

‘It was like hell for two-and-a-half hours on the plane. At one point we thought we’d be diverted to the nearest airport, but the Ryanair staff were brilliant trying to calm him and charm him.

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

‘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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