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Drunk English woman dragged off plane on arrival in Fuerteventura

Drunk English woman dragged off plane on arrival in Fuerteventura
A heavily inebriated English woman had to be removed from a plane by the Guardia Civil on arrival at Fuerteventura Airport. The Ryanair plane had flown from London Stansted Airport.
 
As the video shows, Civil Guard agents forcibly removed the woman pulling her up from her seat while she defiantly wails “I do not need an ambulance.”
 
The drunken woman had begun to argue with another passenger, when flight attendants were forced to intervene and asked someone sitting next to her to move “for her own safety”.
 
You can hear the other annoyed passengers cheering and applauding when the woman in question is finally pulled up and dragged out by her arms.
 
A spokesperson for Ryanair said that “The crew of this flight from London Stansted to Fuerteventura requested police assistance on arrival after a passenger became annoyed on the flight, we will not tolerate undisciplined or disruptive behaviour at any time, the security and the comfort of our customers, crew and aircraft is our number one priority.”

Drunk English woman dragged off flight to Canary Islands

An inebriated English woman had to be removed from a plane by the Guardia Civil on arrival at Fuerteventura Airport. The Ryanair plane had flown from London Stansted Airport.

As the video shows, Civil Guard agents forcibly removed the woman pulling her up from her seat while she defiantly screams “I do not need an ambulance.”

The drunken woman had begun to argue with the other passenger, when flight attendants were forced to intervene and asked someone sitting next to her to move “for her own safety”.

You can hear the other annoyed passengers cheering and applauding when the woman in question is finally pulled up and dragged out by her arms.

A spokesperson for Ryanair said that “The crew of this flight from London Stansted to Fuerteventura requested police assistance on arrival after a passenger became annoyed on the flight, we will not tolerate undisciplined or disruptive behavior at any time, and security and the comfort of our customers, crew and aircraft is our number one priority.”

Posted by TheCanary.TV on Tuesday, March 26, 2019

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