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Ireland Spanish police deal with 'abusive and aggressive' passenger in queue for Dublin Airport flight

13:05  13 october  2019
13:05  13 october  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Ryanair had to call on "police assistance" to deal with an allegedly "abusive" passenger in the queue of a recent Dublin Airport bound flight.

A witness has reported that the passenger started arguing with the people that he was travelling with before turning his attention to fellow fliers on the flight.

The alleged incident took place on Friday evening in the queue for flight FR7123 from Tenerife to the Irish capital at 7:20pm.

A passenger on the plane who wished to remain anonymous told Dublin Live: "At the queue to board the plane, a man got abusive and aggressive to who looked to be his partner and child. He was shouting and was so rude.

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"He then started fighting with people in the line, began cursing at them and took his top off and wanted to fight them. Ryanair ended up calling security and denied him on board."

They continued: "At first he was shouting while on the phone in the queue. The baby who was about two-years-old was tired and impatient and the girl was holding it.

"He grabbed the child from her and started giving out to [his apparent partner]."

  Spanish police deal with 'abusive and aggressive' passenger in queue for Dublin Airport flight © Getty Things became more heated when fellow passengers noticed the ordeal and began to weigh in on the matter.

The eye-witness continued: "There was a man in front of him in the queue. He looked back but the man shouted at him saying 'what are you looking at you old b*****'.

"Then, two men behind him in the queue started shaking their heads and tutting at his behaviour and he just lost it.

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"He went crazy. He took off his shirt and raised his fists and was shouting 'come at me you c***s and I'll give you something to look at'."

They concluded: "Thankfully Ryanair staff came down and called security and the man, his partner and child were all denied access onto the plane."

"He looked to be drunk and was very aggressive. Everyone was even afraid to make eye contact with him."  

A spokeswoman for Ryanair told Dublin Live: “The boarding staff of the flight FR7123 Tenerife to Dublin (11 Oct) requested police assistance at the boarding gate after a passenger became disruptive."

She added: "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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