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Hi Guys    

Well yet another air rage in the skys what is going on these days the enjoyment of a flight these days has gone.  

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Seven Brits were bundled off a budget flight after it made an emergency landing following a row between passengers - with one spitting at a woman, witnesses claim.

Onlookers claim two groups of lads forced the easyJet flight from Manchester to Tenerife on Thursday to divert to Portugal after a bust up.

The ruckus is said to have broken out around two hours after the 5.35pm take-off, when a group of four sat at the back started punching each other.

An air stewardess broke up the fight, and seated one of the rowdy men at the front of the airliner in an effort to calm tensions.

Minutes later, though, the man vaulted back to his pals - where things kicked off again.

Passengers then tried to break up the fight, leading to the moment one of the men apparently spat in a woman's eye.

As a girl shrieks, a woman shouts: "There's children on the airplane!"

One man can be heard saying: "He f**king spat on a woman - dirty b*****d!"

At this moment, the captain announced plans to divert the plane and make an emergency landing in Faro, Portugal.

Key eyewitness Nathan Belford, 30, said a 10-man stag party then "howled with rage" and picked a fight with both cabin crew and the group of four.

He said the stag party "complained bitterly to the stewardess" - and even "started pinching drinks from the front of the plane".

Landing in Portugal at around 8pm, security then bundled seven men - all of the four-man group, three from the stag party - off the plane.

Two hours later, the plane completed its journey to Tenerife.

Fed-up Nathan, of Stoke-on-Trent, said: "We couldn't believe what was happening. We just wanted to go on holiday.

"Things first kicked off when the group at the back got into a fight. Punches were thrown, and the stewardess broke them up.

"One woman got in the way, but a guy spat in her eye. It was disgusting. 

"After that, cabin decided to divert to Portugal. Then things escalated after the bigger stag party howled with rage about it.

"They picked a fight with cabin crew and with the group of four, complaining that they should be going to Tenerife for their weekend. 

"But then they kicked off again, and passengers actually intervened to calm them down.

"One of the guys got into trouble when he started pinching drinks from the front of the plane. It was Bedlam.

"Once we landed, though, security got them off. It was impressive - one of the guys they had to carry off was at least six-foot-six."

An easyJet spokesman said: “We can confirm that flight EZY1903 from Manchester to Tenerife on 3 October diverted to Faro as a result of some passengers on board behaving disruptively and was met by police on arrival.

''The passengers were removed by police and the aircraft continued onto Tenerife.

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all  about how many drinks they had im sure..

behavior like that is unacceptable

I have a Problem..... I just can't decide if its a good problem or a bad problem...

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I can't help noticing that from the UK perspective at least the overwhelming majority of these air rage incidents are on the budget carriers.It's difficult to say without appearing snobbish but perhaps ultra  low cost air travel for all is not such a good idea from a social as well as an environmental perspective.

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No jail, just a fine and passports revoked, resulting in forever being a prisoner in their own country would be just punishment.Banning alcohol in airports and on planes would stop the vast majority of disturbances like this.

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There was a fight on my  return flight from Bangkok to Heathrow back in June, it was between a man and another couple, they brought the man up to near me away from the couple, then he started to abuse the people around me, I was  glad they didn’t make an emergency landing, I think more fights could of broken out lol.

Thai Airways dealt with the situation pretty  well, when we landed we were told to stay seated, then the armed police boarded and removed all who were involved.

What pissed me off the most was, because there was no spare seats in economy the man was upgraded to the posh seats at the front of the plane!!!!

So if you’re flight is busy you know what to do to get an upgrade :GrinNod1:

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On 07/10/2019 at 18:15, Skent said:

 

What pissed me off the most was, because there was no spare seats in economy the man was upgraded to the posh seats at the front of the plane!!!!

So if you’re flight is busy you know what to do to get an upgrade :GrinNod1:

Thanks i`ll bear that in mind!:D

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On 07/10/2019 at 22:01, vimto66 said:

No jail, just a fine and passports revoked, resulting in forever being a prisoner in their own country would be just punishment.Banning alcohol in airports and on planes would stop the vast majority of disturbances like this.

Why no jail? Throw them into jail for 10 years, no parole, that will scare the living daylights out of any future troublemakers. 

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On 07/10/2019 at 17:01, vimto66 said:

No jail, just a fine and passports revoked, resulting in forever being a prisoner in their own country would be just punishment.Banning alcohol in airports and on planes would stop the vast majority of disturbances like this.

Millions and millions of people fly everyday around the world without any drama. Your idea is to stop alcohol?

Apart from making many people enjoy travelling less I hope you think much higher economy tickets prices are a good thing. As I don't think I'll be paying business class fares that subsidise cheap seat fares with no alcohol on flights and in airports.

There are many people opposed to prostitution. Maybe some wise lobby will talk about the banning of flights to Thailand because it would reduce prostitution.

Be careful what you wish for when looking down on others.

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Some airlines sue the malefactors, for the full-cost of the diversion, others merely ban them from flying again (and pass their names round to other airlines) , I've heard.   Which can make it more-difficult/expensive for them to get home.

You don't need brawls, at 37,000 feet !

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14 hours ago, thinkingallowed said:

Your idea is to stop alcohol?

As I don't think I'll be paying business class fares that subsidise cheap seat fares with no alcohol on flights and in airports.

Alcohol has no business at an airport or on a plane. If one can't fly without alcohol or needs it to enhance their travel experience or won't pay "business class fares that subsidise cheap seat fares with no alcohol on flights and in airports", my suggestion? Stay home or stop drinking alcohol for 24 hours or for the durarion of your travel.

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1 hour ago, paulalbert1980 said:

Alcohol has no business at an airport or on a plane. If one can't fly without alcohol or needs it to enhance their travel experience or won't pay "business class fares that subsidise cheap seat fares with no alcohol on flights and in airports", my suggestion? Stay home or stop drinking alcohol for 24 hours or for the durarion of your travel.

So you dont drink in bars in pattaya on your "HOLIDAY". Really - Why has PA turned into a forum full of nancy's that fly half way around the world to fuck prostitiutes but criticise everybody else. Most people going on a plane are on holiday and want to have some fun..... and they dont carry on like these morons. 

12 Pints in Know it all

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Out of curiosity is it a British thing to have a punch up between friends and 10 minuets later have a laugh and a pint about it or in this case share a jail cell together?

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On 07/10/2019 at 04:25, neilri2001 said:

I can't help noticing that from the UK perspective at least the overwhelming majority of these air rage incidents are on the budget carriers.It's difficult to say without appearing snobbish but perhaps ultra  low cost air travel for all is not such a good idea from a social as well as an environmental perspective.

No..they chose cheap..not the carriers fault.

Never amazes me that stories of people that cant hold their shit are from UK/Aussie postal codes.

I'm a hansom baht man, in a baht country, looking for baht booty.
Next Trip Aug31-Sept6 2022

 

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2 hours ago, hatguy said:

What's a malefactor? 

I dunno, whats a google?

 

I'm a hansom baht man, in a baht country, looking for baht booty.
Next Trip Aug31-Sept6 2022

 

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16 minutes ago, speedtoy said:

No..they chose cheap..not the carriers fault.

Never amazes me that stories of people that cant hold their shit are from UK/Aussie postal codes.

555. You mustn't get the USA news like we do. Mass shootings weekly around your way

12 Pints in Know it all

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15 hours ago, Mr Wombat said:

So you dont drink in bars in pattaya on your "HOLIDAY". Really - Why has PA turned into a forum full of nancy's that fly half way around the world to fuck prostitiutes but criticise everybody else. Most people going on a plane are on holiday and want to have some fun..... and they dont carry on like these morons. 

No no no. If you bothered to read my comment it said "alcohol does not belong on a airplane or in an airport". Geez, some people...........

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5 hours ago, paulalbert1980 said:

Alcohol has no business at an airport or on a plane. If one can't fly without alcohol or needs it to enhance their travel experience or won't pay "business class fares that subsidise cheap seat fares with no alcohol on flights and in airports", my suggestion? Stay home or stop drinking alcohol for 24 hours or for the durarion of your travel.

No. You stay home and stop wanting to force your way of travelling on others. 99.999% of people can enjoy a small drink in an airport or on a flight without affecting anyone else. This shouldn't change because of a minority or to please people like you.

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13 hours ago, thinkingallowed said:

No. You stay home and stop wanting to force your way of travelling on others. 99.999% of people can enjoy a small drink in an airport or on a flight without affecting anyone else. This shouldn't change because of a minority or to please people like you.

Nothing to do with pleasing me. It has everything to do with safety on a airplane. Unfortunatley all it takes is the .001%, guaranteed its higher, who have zero self control when it comes to alcohol that will put people in danger. Funny story, on my flight home last December there was, one of those .001% you mentioned, reeking like booze and acting like an idiot at the gate. Me, I don't put up with that, I walked right over to the airline rep said I didnt feel safe to fly with this person who obvioulsy didnt know when to say when. Needless to say he was bumped off my flight and escorted out by security all while I watched, happy to know my flight would be safer and quieter. So FYI, don't drink and act like a fool around me at the gate waiting to board or I will get you bumped and escorted off also. Capiche?

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37 minutes ago, paulalbert1980 said:

Nothing to do with pleasing me. It has everything to do with safety on a airplane. Unfortunatley all it takes is the .001%, guaranteed its higher, who have zero self control when it comes to alcohol that will put people in danger. Funny story, on my flight home last December there was, one of those .001% you mentioned, reeking like booze and acting like an idiot at the gate. Me, I don't put up with that, I walked right over to the airline rep said I didnt feel safe to fly with this person who obvioulsy didnt know when to say when. Needless to say he was bumped off my flight and escorted out by security all while I watched, happy to know my flight would be safer and quieter. So FYI, don't drink and act like a fool around me at the gate waiting to board or I will get you bumped and escorted off also. Capiche?

Most car journeys don't kill people but there's an awful lot of people killed every year by them. This is a much greater threat to mankind than drunks on aeroplanes, who to my knowledge have killed no one. Should we ban cars?

Capiche? Writing this does not show you in a good light.

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Was on a flight back from Tenerife a few years ago , not sure if it was EasyJet or another budget airline and two clearly pissed-up guys started to have an argument in their seats, this escalated and they ended up standing in the aisle squaring up to each other....I kid you not...one of them, without any sarcasm in his voice shouted at the other one “Right Outside Now!” :FunnyShit1:.

One of the reasons I’m always quietly content when I holiday in Europe and find my hotel is full of Germans rather than Mr and Mrs Shell Suit from Cleethorpes. Still don’t get their sense of humour though during the evenings entertainment served  by the hotel. Rolling on the floor laughing at some really shite slapstick that would have made Crackerjack look sophisticated.

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13 hours ago, thinkingallowed said:

Capiche? Writing this does not show you in a good light.

Dude, we are on a forum dedicated to talking and chatting about paying for sex with Thai girls.:ThumbUp6:

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5 hours ago, dan2016 said:

Out of curiosity is it a British thing to have a punch up between friends and 10 minuets later have a laugh and a pint about it or in this case share a jail cell together?

I’m afraid to say it’s quite a common thing to see in the uk

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