A Ryanair flight attendant left stunned after a gang of ‘drunken’ Manchester United fans yelled at her to ‘get your tits out’ on a noisy flight to Spain.
Chloe Harrison had only been on the job for three months when she was forced to deal with the raunchy pack of well-wishers, with one even inviting her to go to the bathroom with them.
The 25-year-old had been warned by her supervisor that “something” from United might be on the flight, but nothing prepared her for what she was about to endure.
Chloe was part of the team that worked on the two-hour flight from Manchester to Barcelona on February 15, which departed at 6:00pm, and footage of the journey has now been viewed millions of times online.
After the cabin crew reportedly used up all their beer and vodka, rowdy guys began chanting his name upon hearing him during a flight announcement.
Chloe Harrison had only been on the job for three months when she was forced to deal with the lewd gang of supporters on a flight from Manchester to Barcelona, Spain earlier this month.
The bewildered staffer claims they chanted “get your titties out” but also sang “we love you Chloe we do” and even “take your shoes off if you love Chloe” while brandishing a shoe in the air.
Fans also mercilessly mocked their poor colleague, chanting ‘she serves left, she serves right, Chloe makes the other flight attendant look like space.’
Chloe said she was mostly unfazed by the attention on the two-hour flight, even sharing clips on TikTok, where they racked up more than 2.7 million views.
Chloe, from Audenshaw, Greater Manchester, said: “I turned up on the flight and was told by my cabin supervisor ‘we’ve got some football fans, it should be fine, they seem to be fine.’
I walked to the back of the plane and looked and it was full of men. There were like three women on the flight.
Chloe soon realized the flight was going to be a ‘nightmare’ when fans started screaming during the safety demo.
She added: ‘About halfway through the flight, I was walking down the aisles with a bag of rubbish and I could hear something.
‘I looked up and everyone was looking at me. She was thinking “why is everyone looking at me while singing?”.
Chloe said the plane was almost completely packed with Manchester United fans, whom she filmed lewdly chanting to her during the two-hour Ryanair flight.
At one point, ‘drunk’ fans even chanted ‘get your ass off we love you Chloe we do’, in images the flight attendant shared on TikTok.
As the flight progressed, the fans became increasingly rowdy as they drank more alcohol, Chloe said (pictured).
‘There was an older lady sitting in the middle of the plane and she said, ‘Oh, I bet you want to curl up, don’t you?’
‘I was like ‘what are they saying?’ and she joined them and started singing ‘we love you Chloe’.
‘I was thinking ‘how do you know my name?’ They must have heard my name when they made the announcements at the beginning.
As the flight progressed and the rowdy fans drank more alcohol, Chloe said their chants got louder and louder.
Chloe said: ‘We sold all the beer and all the vodka, everyone was really drunk.
‘They kept ordering more drinks and going up front.
‘There’s nothing you can do in that situation, if they’re all standing up you just have to tell them to sit down.
“We turned off the lights to land and everyone started saying ‘lights out if you love Chloe’. They were just making up random chants.
When they were leaving, some even joked “come in the bathroom with us”.
Chloe claimed that some of the men even asked her to go to the bathroom with them during the two-hour flight from Manchester on February 15.
“Everyone was trying to get out the back and ask for my Instagram, I was telling them I don’t have it. They said: “I will never forget you.”
Despite comments on social media suggesting the men’s behavior was wrong, he said it didn’t bother him as it was mostly “harmless” fun.
“It made my day go faster, it was fun,” added the Ryanair worker.
“I’ve only worked there (at RyanAir) for three months, but when I spoke to everyone they said it’s never been like this before, except maybe in the summer when people go to a party place like Ibiza.”
Just before I was telling my friend that I was looking forward to the summer flights and everyone singing and dancing.
‘No one was complaining about it. Everyone found it funny, it was just a laugh.
They were all harmless. Some made some comments or tried to grab me while I was walking, but I just said “don’t do that”. Other than that, they were all fun.
Chloe, who has been a flight attendant for three months, said she was not bothered by the chants, saying the men were having “harmless” fun.
“Even when they said ‘get your ass off’ and ‘Chloe has a nice butt’, it really didn’t bother me at all.”
Chloe posted the video on TikTok with the caption: “RyanAir flight from Manchester to Barcelona full of United fans = fun fun fun x Last chant was my favourite.”
And users were quick to weigh in on the images, with one person saying: ‘This is brilliant.’
Another wrote: “Chloe needs a raise and hazard money.”
While a third added: ‘I love the fact that you laughed it off and didn’t take anything seriously. The jokes still exist.
But not everyone saw the funny side of the encounter, with one person saying, “My God, I can’t stress enough how important it is for us women to unite against this kind of behavior.” Is not acceptable.
MailOnline has approached Ryanair for comment.