Passengers cheer as rowdy hen party is thrown off Ryanair flight
You’re probably not going to get much sleep if you happen to be on a flight with a hen or stag party.
There’s not much you can do except politely ask them to keep it down. Fortunately for passengers onboard a Ryanair flight yesterday, this hen party was so noisy they were kicked off the plane as soon as it landed. The women, who were on their way to Alicante from Liverpool on Thursday night, had reportedly been drinking alcohol and were screaming and swearing throughout the flight. Passengers cheer as rowdy hen party thrown off flight Play
Footage taken by a passenger on the plane showed the group of women arguing with staff in the aisle of the plane as one of them shouted: ‘Sit down, sit down!’ At one point, Josh Daley, who filmed the rowdy women, turned the camera to himself and said: ‘This is quite funny this.’ As the women were told to leave the plane, one of them could be heard saying: ‘Get your bags, we’re all getting chucked off’.
Clearly delighted at being rid of the noisy bunch, passengers cheered and applauded as they left the plane.
One passenger, who took to Ryanair’s social media page to complain about the ‘drunken and rowdy’ women, reportedly wrote: ‘Another Ryanair flight compromised by a stag/hen party. They added that people suspected of being drunk should be breathalysed.
In a statement, a Ryanair spokesman said: ‘The crew of this flight from Liverpool to Alicante (27 July) requested police assistance upon arrival in Alicante after a number of passengers became disruptive inflight. ‘The aircraft landed normally and police removed and detained these individuals. The safety and comfort of our customers, crew and aircraft is our number one priority and we will not tolerate unruly or disruptive behaviour at any time. ‘This is now a matter for local police.’
‘Like u ain’t never done it’! Drunk hen party who 'acted like creatures' and were then escorted off a Ryanair flight to Spain defend their alcohol-fueled antics as 'having fun'
One of the women in a hen party that was escorted off a Ryanair flight after they 'acted like creatures' has defended their alcohol-fueled antics as 'having fun'.
The revellers had reportedly been drinking alcohol, screaming and swearing during the FR9898 Ryanair flight from Liverpool to Alicante on Thursday night.
After they landed in Spain, the group were met by police officers who removed them from the aircraft.
One of them, Emma Yates, took to Facebook to defend their actions.
She wrote: 'Yes we was drunk. Yes we was embarrassed... so wot? Not a***d bout what people think or say!!
'Like you ain't never done it!'
Before getting on the flight, Ms Yates posted a picture of the group in a Liverpool Airport bar alongside the caption: 'Benidorm are you ready for us crazy girls?'
In footage of the confrontation later that day the group of women are seen arguing with staff in the aisle, as another shouts: 'Sit down, sit down!'
As the women leave the plane, one of them can be heard saying: 'Get your bags, we're all getting chucked off'.
Clearly relieved to be rid of them, passengers burst into applause and boo the troublemakers and their friends.
Passenger Katie Bridges, 17, who was going to Spain to visit her father, described the women's behaviour as 'unacceptable'.
'They were a drunken mess, shouting at each other and other passengers who told them to be quiet,' she told MailOnline.
'On the flight, babies and small children were sitting watching that disgusting behaviour. No way to start a holiday.
'I could not even get up to go to the toilet because the girls would be in the aisle, fighting and shouting in each other's faces.
'They had to be told to sit down on various occasions and did not listen to the staff on board.'
She added that it was the worst flight she had ever been on with the airline.
'I don't think I'll be flying with Ryanair again. Sad to think this is only just one of the cases that the staff have to deal with day in, day out.'
Adam Hunter, 23, who also claimed to be on the flight, said the pilot warned them the plane could be diverted to France if they did not settle down.
'They even had to stop the selling of alcohol to everyone,' he told MailOnline.
He said passengers were made to wait for over an hour on the runway at Alicante, causing him to miss his coach to Benidorm.
'When I finally got here I saw the four individuals in the middle of the street bladdered and getting ready for a night out,' he went on.
'It isn't the airlines fault as they could not control the behaviour of the women on this flight, but they should not have been let out of the airport after ruining so many people's holidays.'