Tourist cuffed by TUI pilot on Ibiza flight after passengers ‘sang Celtic songs’

Tourist cuffed by TUI pilot on Ibiza flight after passengers ‘sang Celtic songs’


A TUI pilot detained a Scottish tourist on a flight to party capital Ibiza after a group of holidaymakers started singing Celtic songs, it has been claimed A group of riled young men were reportedly chanting Celtic songs throughout the ride and had to be spoken to several times When the Boeing 757 touched down, one of the pilots took hold of a young man in his 20s He was then escorted off flight TOM1300 on Wednesday night and handed over to Spanish police, The Scottish Sun reports According to reports, cops cuffed him as other passengers left the aircraft and began their holiday Witnesses have alleged other travellers in the group that had also been causing a fuss but were allowed to leave as normal Earlier this year, a screaming British man was thrown off a TUI flight to Mexico after he spat in his wife’s face during an explosive rampage The passenger caused the Cancun-bound flight to divert to Bermuda after he yelled at cabin crew and pushed an attendant Cabin manager Anne Marie Evans is said to have tried to speak to Edward Mongan about his language but he responded in anger and told her to:“F**k off Get out of my sight.” The 42-year-old dad was so rowdy the flight had to be diverted to Bermuda where he stood in front of a court Morgan told the Bermuda court: ““What I did was uncalled for, I’ll never do it again “My wife is in Mexico. I just want to see my wife and kids. At the time, senior magistrate Juan Wolfe said: “One can only imagine what was going through the passengers’ minds while this was happening ” The man, from Manchester, was fined £5,250 for his threatening behaviour

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