Rowdy S&M stag party reduces kids to tears on Ryanair flight – and airline charged families extra to move

A BOOZY stag do party allegedly reduced children to tears when they became aggressive and intimated holidaymakers on a fight to Ibiza.

The group of more than 30 men left passengers terrified after one of them called a cabin crew member a “nonce”, it is claimed.


Cops were called and greeted the men when they touched down on the island after one of them reportedly threatened to get off the plane mid-air, reports Mirror Online.

Ryanair staff allegedly had to block the man’s path with a drinks trolley after others bragged about taking “d*** pics” before spilling drinks on passengers.
The stag was wearing a black PVC S&M outfit and thigh-length boots while his party wore T-shirts with a picture of a man appearing to perform a sex act.

PAY TO CHANGE SEATS

Passengers were so worried about the return flight they contacted Ryanair to change seats – but were told they would have to pay extra to do so.

The mum of a nine-year-old boy who was left in tears on the flight from Edinburgh said an elderly couple were shaking because of the chaos on board.

She told the site: “He was terrified and wondering what these big men would do. Children shouldn't have to sit through that, nobody should. A couple of elderly people were visibly shaking.

The language being used was disgusting and disgraceful. There was no awareness of other passengers

“I’ve never been so disgusted and intimidated in my life.”

She added: "As soon as we stepped on the plane it was obvious they were going to get rowdy. I felt sorry for the cabin crew who dealt with the incident very well.

“The group was warned over the Tannoy before we left the gate that it wasn't too late for them to be offloaded, but they cheered at the announcement. They couldn't care a less.

DISGRACEFUL

"The language being used was disgusting and disgraceful. There was no awareness of other passengers.”

The mum claims one of the men was “hammering” on the side of the plane before saying “I’m getting off the plane”.

Another passenger said one man was falling over while others used the c-word during the flight.

They said they were verbally abusing one of the staff members and called him a “nonce” before one man sat in a woman’s lap.

Officers met the group as they came off the plane and spoke to one of the men.

However, passengers said he was quickly reunited with the group at the baggage hall.

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A husband and wife claim Ryanair made them pay extra to move away from the group on the return flight to Scotland.

A Ryanair spokesman said: “The crew of this flight from Edinburgh to Ibiza (10 July) requested police assistance upon arrival after a number of passengers became disruptive.

"The aircraft landed normally and police removed the individuals. 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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