A witness to a wedding party on a Jetstar aircraft made a Muslim stewardess cry because of a & # 39; bad Muslim & # 39; to call it, according to witnesses.
Sarah Aslan, 23, her new husband Muhammed, and 20 of their wedding guests were launched Monday flight from flight JQ36 from Bali to Melbourne.
They claim they were unfairly targeted by & # 39; racist & # 39; crew because of their & # 39; beards and headscarves & # 39 ;.
But Jetstar says some members of their group were abusing and kicked off for security reasons because they refused to take a seat while the plane was taxiing.
Mrs. Aslan (pictured with husband Muhammed) claimed that she and their 20 guests were removed from the flight because they were & # 39; ethnic & # 39; sawing out. There is no suggestion that the couple were the ones who abused staff
In visual material the group sees a fight with staff after they have been escorted from the aircraft. Right: a guide takes the group out of the plane. On the left is Mrs. Aslan. There is no suggestion that she was the one who abused staff
The outage began when a wedding guest complained to staff that his entertainment screen was not working.
The argument was heated and resulted in members of the wedding party who refused to follow crew instructions to take their seats and put on their seat belts, a witness told Daily Mail Australia.
At some point in the argument, some members of the wedding played & # 39; the race card & # 39 ;, said the witness.
& # 39; Is it the beard? It feels like it is, & a man asked a flight attendant, according to images from the cell phone.
A Muslim stewardess then told the group that she was not racist and that she had the same belief.
According to several witnesses, a member of the party called her a & # 39; bad Muslim & # 39 ;.
& # 39; The flight attendant encouraged them to adhere to safety procedures, but she was racially maligned, & a witness said.
A passenger told Daily Mail Australia that the companion was shocked by the comment.
The newlyweds (photo) along with 20 of their wedding guests were taken off the plane at Denpasar Airport. There is no suggestion that the couple were the ones who abused staff
& # 39; She was denigrated because she was a & # 39; poor muslim & # 39; She went to the front of the plane and was quite visibly upset, & said the passenger.
& # 39; The party members were arrogant and legitimate and unrespective personnel just did their job & # 39 ;, the passenger added.
The group, including a four-month-old baby, was escorted from the plane by security officials to the cheers of other passengers who wanted to come home.
They were put on another Jetstar flight to Melbourne via Sydney the following day at no extra cost.
On mobile images, some members of the group quarrel with staff in the airport lobby after they were kicked off.
& # 39; I have done nothing. You don't have to talk to me like that, do you understand ?, & Mrs. Aslan says in a video.
Possibly referring to the flight attendant allegedly a & # 39; bad Muslim & # 39; was mentioned, she said: & # 39; Where is the lady who started this earlier?
& # 39; This is very racist, & # 39; she added before an employee said: & # 39; She cries & # 39 ;.
Sarah Aslan, 23, married her husband in Bali last month (photo), but they were kicked out of a Jetstar plane when they returned to Melbourne on Monday. There is no suggestion that the couple were the ones who abused staff
Speak against 9News, Mrs. Aslan claimed that members of her group were abused because of their religion.
& # 39; Personally it felt like we were being attacked because we looked ethnic and were Muslims, & # 39; said Mrs. Aslan.
Selim Tutunca, one of the 22 passengers who escorted the plane, claimed that the group was wrongly targeted.
& # 39; We were racially, verbally and physically attacked by both Jetstar crew members and airport officials in Bali. We have images of all of this & # 39 ;, he wrote on the Facebook page of Jetstar Australia.
& # 39; We were kicked out, although we had not spoken to the crew members yet. & # 39;
Mr. Tutunca said that he and his young family, including a seven-year-old and a three-year-old, were stranded in the terminal and that his children were brought to hell & # 39 ;.
A Jetstar spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia: “While taxiing to the runway, a number of customers became disruptive and did not follow the crew's instructions.
& # 39; The safety of our customers and crew is our first priority and we do not tolerate any form of disruptive or abusive behavior.
& # 39; We take these allegations very seriously and investigate the matter, but our crew disputes the claims of these passengers. & # 39;
Selim Tutunca, one of the family members escorted the plane, said he did not know why they were targeted, and said that she & # 39; racially and physically abused & # 39; had been. There is no suggestion that Mr. Tutunca has abused staff
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