This is the shocking moment a runaway ‘drunk’ passenger fights on a Ryanair flight.
Footage appears to show a woman standing in the aisle arguing with a holidaymaker before being dragged away in a headlock on a plane from Manchester Airport to Ibiza yesterday.
It’s the thought of hearing the woman in pink yell “I’ll find you” over and over again.
The disgruntled passenger gets up to continue the slugfest in mid-aisle while men, believed to be family members, try to hold her back.
The “drunk” woman then tries to punch before being pulled backwards by a man in green who is trying to deal with the angry holidaymakers himself.
He then shoves one passenger and is seen yelling in another’s face while other Ryanair customers look on in shock.
Lyndsay Cash claims police escorted the woman and three other people off the plane despite trying to “fight” them, to applause in the hallways.
The 43-year-old beautician was upset that her flight was delayed an hour and a half and said some children even broke down in tears over the incident.
She believes Ryanair staff should not have allowed the woman on the plane and could have done more to calm the situation rather than “leave her to the passengers”.
She posted pre-launch footage of the fight to Facebook, where it drew nearly 150 reactions in less than an hour.
Greater Manchester Police confirmed a man and woman have been arrested on suspicion of being drunk on board an aircraft and assaulting police officers.
Lyndsay, from Wigan, Greater Manchester, said: “As she got on the plane she rushed everyone.”
“She was drunk and when someone pointed this out she got offended and started hitting on everyone.
“They just started fighting in the aisle and it got really aggressive.
“I wasn’t happy with the way it was handled.
“It annoyed me and everyone else on the plane. Everyone clapped when she was taken away and she even got into a fight with the police.”
“I don’t think she should have been allowed on the plane and I think the stewards should have been a lot quicker. That was left to the passengers.”
“If you can’t handle it, don’t drink.”
According to Lyndsay, the incident happened about 15 minutes before the plane was scheduled to depart Terminal Three at 3 p.m.
She says the rest of the passengers stayed on the flight until it departed just after 4:30 p.m.
Her Facebook post, sarcastically captioned “Don’t just love an Ibiza flight,” garnered more than 80 comments in just an hour.
One user commented: “Oh my god! I feel sorry for the little ones on this plane. I know my little boy would have been scared. What’s wrong with grown women!”
A second said: “What the hell? They will be gutted in the morning.”
A third added: “This is just pathetic. What are you, 10 years old?”
A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: “Officers were called around 3pm yesterday (Monday 21 August) to reports of disruptive passengers boarding a flight departing from Manchester Airport.”
“Two men in their 30s and a woman, also in their 30s, were all arrested on suspicion of being drunk on board an aircraft. One of the men and the woman were also arrested on suspicion of assaulting police officers. You’re all staying at home.” Pre-trial detention.”
A Ryanair spokesman said: “This flight from Manchester to Ibiza (21 August) was delayed prior to departure due to a small number of passengers causing disruption.”
“These passengers were removed from the plane by local police and the flight continued safely to Ibiza after a short delay.”
“This is now a matter for the local police. We sincerely apologize to the affected passengers for any inconvenience caused by the disruptive behavior of these passengers.”
Manchester Airport declined to comment.