Families on Ryanair jet become terrified & # 39; left behind by 30 men at bachelor parties on a flight from Edinburgh to Ibiza
Families with a Ryanair jet remained terrified & # 39; through more than 30 & # 39; drunk & # 39; men on a deer who abused personnel and passengers and tried to leave the plane during the flight from the Scottish capital to Ibiza.
Passengers on the flight to the popular party island have their & # 39; nightmare & # 39; described as the noisy group that deals with drunken and disruptive behavior during the three-hour and five-minute flight to Ibiza.
A woman, aboard the FR6605 flight from Edinburgh last Wednesday, told MailOnline that the first signs of what was to come would be visible at the gate.
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She described a group of men ranging in age from twenty to fifty, noisy in line to board and & # 39; amazingly bad & # 39; behaved.
& # 39; They were quite noisy, clearly drunk or under the influence of alcohol, & # 39; she said. & # 39; Even before they boarded and even while the plane was taxiing, they were told to sit down.
& # 39; They were yelling and screaming and abusing before we even left the terminal. & # 39;
This man was one of the members of the more than 30 who made up the noisy deer on board the flight to Ibiza
When the flight started, the woman said the men — many dressed in black shirts depicting the deer and the face of his future bride across his genitals — became even more mature.
& # 39; The main cause called him (a cabin crew member) a nonce and other things like that, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; The children there were scared, a young boy was confused who didn't want to go to the bathroom. It was all pretty scary. & # 39;
The woman, a professional working in Edinburgh, said she was cheerful, but she said the men's behavior was intimidating & # 39; used to be.
& # 39; Especially one of them was particularly intimidating. He shouted and shouted, was homophobic and verbally violent to cabin crew. & # 39;
While the female passenger said she doubted he had really tried to get off, the man on the sides of the plane seemed to be pounding; & # 39; I want to get off! & # 39 ;.
She said the man's behavior, & # 39; in the world we live in, scares everyone & # 39; and most other passengers were scared to do something to make the situation worse.
The woman said the group was not disturbed during the entire flight.
& # 39;I'm not easily scared, but I was on the run for three hours, screaming and screaming for three hours. & # 39;
The woman, who wanted to remain anonymous, said the staff on board was clearly upset, but managed to think the noisy group well.
& # 39; They were absolutely tolerant, firm and without taking the bait of what was, to be honest, abusive. & # 39;
Passengers described noisy scenes when the group of more than 30 men came aboard the Ryan Air flight to Ibiza
The crew received recognition for their efforts in managing the noisy group of passengers described as a & # 39; danger & # 39;
Other passengers took the social media to describe their ordeal. A woman on Twitter said the group & # 39; completely out of control & # 39; before the flight started.
& # 39; Refuse to sit down, hard, drunk, swearing etc. & # 39 ;, tweeted them. & # 39; During the flight, hit mid-flight, poor staff could not keep control. & # 39;
Another woman tweeted her compliments to the Ryanair staff for their efforts to control the noisy group of men.
& # 39; Well done cabin crew who were confronted with 30 idiots with a deer from Edinburgh-Ibiza. & # 39;
Meanwhile, the Mirror reported, a nine-year-old boy had fallen to tears on the Ryanair flight by & # 39; aggressive & # 39; and & # 39; intimidating & # 39; behavior of the withdrawal group.
The boy's mother, who wanted to remain anonymous, said her son was left in tears.
& # 39; He was terrified and wondered what these great men would do. Children should not sit through it, nobody should. A few older people were visibly shaking.
& # 39; I have never been so indignant and intimidated in my life. & # 39;
Passengers said that the violent and obscene behavior of the men in the middle of the flight peaked on July 10
The police were on the ground when the flight landed on Ibiza to greet the group of noisy men on the deer. One of the men can be seen while the police address him on the asphalt
She said at first the group just seemed to have a good time, but as soon as they boarded the plane it became clear that it would be noisy.
& # 39; The language used was disgusting and disgraceful. There was no awareness of other passengers. & # 39;
Other passengers described a man who bragged about taking d ** k photos while he spilled drinks over other passengers while another was seen to try to sit on the lap of a female passenger.
The woman, who spoke with MailOnline, said when the plane landed with the police at the gate and the passengers had to stay seated.
& # 39; He said; "I get out" and flew down the stairs without realizing that the police were there and then they dragged him away. & # 39;
But she said as they went to collect their luggage, it turned out that the man was released and was with the rest of his friends.
She could not blame the airline staff for their response.
& # 39; Ryanair has done very well, no body should tolerate abuse in their work environment. & # 39;
A Ryanair spokesperson told the Mail Online: "The crew of this flight from Edinburgh to Ibiza (July 10) requested police assistance upon arrival after a number of passengers were disrupted.
& # 39; The plane landed normally and the police removed the individuals. The safety and comfort of our customers, crew and aircraft is our first priority. This is now a matter for the local police. & # 39;
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