Irish tourists demanded larger seats and alcohol during their flight to New Zealand

Irish tourists who destroyed a beach and threatened the local population in New Zealand, allegedly also caused havoc during their flight to the country.

Under the massacre, the demands for large chairs, constant requests for alcohol and a dirty diaper were reportedly left in an overhead bin.

A passenger on the Cathay Pacific flight from Hong Kong to Auckland told Friday that the family's voyage is the & # 39; worst flight & # 39; of his life.

Before the flight left, both children galloped through the aisles of the plane and a daughter would shout at her mother, demanding food from staff, the passenger claimed.

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The Irish tourists who destroyed and threatened the local population on a beach in New Zealand were said to have also caused havoc during their flight to the country.

When others realized that the family of the six apparently had left a dirty garment in their hand luggage, the fellow passenger came to the end of his life.

The parents have also asked for different seats because they are too heavy and do not have enough space, even insistently that the caretaker would ask another couple with the only free chair in the plane to switch with them, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; They often leaned against us with an armpit on my head or a whole arm that blocked the movie I was trying to watch. I was already cooking, so I asked the supervisors if we could move.

& # 39; After leaving the plane, they even left one of her [their baby’s] fits in the air that we think had real poop because it smelled of death. & # 39;

When the plane descended, the passenger said the young girl ignored the seat belt sign and tried to stand.

Days later the supposed same group was filmed with leaving beer bottles and rubbish on a busy beach, before a child threatened the residents & # 39; knockout & # 39; to make them confront with nu-viral images.

Witness Krista Curnow said that the group of about 12 tourists, who spoke with an Irish accent, became violent when they asked them to clean up their mess when they left the beach.

Witness Krista Curnow said that the group of about 12 tourists, who spoke with an Irish accent, became violent when they asked them to clean up their mess when they left the beach.

Witness Krista Curnow said that the group of about 12 tourists, who spoke with an Irish accent, became violent when they asked them to clean up their mess when they left the beach.

The incident, which took place on the North Island on Takapuna Beach in New Zealand on Sunday, was captured on camera by Krista Curnow.

She said that the group of about 12 tourists, who spoke with an Irish accent, became violent when she asked them to clean up their mess when they left the beach.

& # 39; Their reaction was actually when we have a problem, then we can pick it up and that's what the advice is for, & # 39; said Mrs. Curnow.

& # 39; I approached the family to ask again if they could not find our country unpleasant during the visit and could collect their waste.

& # 39; Their reaction was actually when we have a problem, then we can pick it up and that's what the advice is for, & # 39; said Mrs. Curnow.

& # 39; Their reaction was actually when we have a problem, then we can pick it up and that's what the advice is for, & # 39; said Mrs. Curnow.

& # 39; Their reaction was actually when we have a problem, then we can pick it up and that's what the advice is for, & # 39; said Mrs. Curnow.

Images showed a young boy, dressed in a wide-brimmed Bunnings Warehouse hat, and approached Ms. Curnow with the announcement: "I'll turn your brains off & # 39;

"They became violent and even grandma and the child became involved and said they wanted to beat my head against it. & # 39;

Images showed a young boy, dressed in a wide-brimmed Bunnings Warehouse hat, and approached Ms. Curnow with the announcement: "I'll turn your brains off."

& # 39; That boy's mouth – absolutely disgusting! What kind of role models are the parents who allow this kind of behavior, & # 39; said Ms. Curnow.

We live in one of the most beautiful countries in the world, how dare people to come to New Zealand and not respect our country, this is our home. & # 39;

The Irish family later ordered food at a nearby Nandos store before claiming a refund, reported The New Zealand Herald.

Another local claimed that they had confronted the family in a Bunnings Warehouse after watching the video online.

"We just met him in Bunnings Hillsborough … he was wearing the same clothes," the woman wrote on Facebook.

The Irish family reportedly ordered food later at a nearby Nandos store before asking for a refund

Pictured: waste left by a group of tourists on a popular beach in Auckland

Pictured: waste left by a group of tourists on a popular beach in Auckland

Pictured: waste left by a group of tourists on a popular beach in Auckland

He is absolutely shitting himself after he has talked a bit with my partner about respecting our country. & # 39;

The images of the incident have since been viral and have collected thousands of comments.

& # 39; My big gypsy holiday! Imagine sitting next to them during a 12-hour flight. Horrible! Glad you said something, "someone wrote.

& # 39; What have I just seen? That little boy thought he was so tough, "noticed another.

One of the members of the group saw the child get away while threatening Curnow

The incident took place on the Takapuna beach in Auckland on the North Island of New Zealand on Sunday

The incident took place on the Takapuna beach in Auckland on the North Island of New Zealand on Sunday

The incident took place on the Takapuna beach in Auckland on the North Island of New Zealand on Sunday

A third said: "Irish, this is embarrassing me. They are people like these who brought me from Ireland. Absolute disgrace. & # 39;

Mrs. Curnow said she and her friends cleaned up the mess of the tourists with the help of other beachgoers.

& # 39; I loved how everyone on the beach came to support and we all picked up the garbage together! Love NZ, & # 39; she said.

Inspector Kevin McNaughton, acting area commander of Waitemata East Police, told Daily Mail Australia that the incident was being investigated.

Mrs. Curnow said she and her friends cleaned up the mess of the tourists with the help of other beachgoers

The police will speak with those concerned and will refer them to Auckland Council regarding their behavior around waste waste, & # 39; he said.

The police wants to remind the public that offenders who are caught illegally dumping nonsense can be fined up to $ 400.

& # 39; Serious perpetrators can also be prosecuted under the Nest Act 1979 with a maximum fine of $ 30,000.

We are proud of our clean, green image as a country and thank the members of the public who have reported this behavior on this occasion. & # 39;

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