I haven’t experienced it, but I’ve always imagined the night flight to Ibiza would be a pretty rowdy one.
Lo and behold, an outrageous display was put on by a heavily intoxicated woman aboard the 10pm flight to the Spanish party island a couple of weeks back.
According to a fellow passenger who captured a video of the raucous, the woman continued drinking on the plane before allegedly ‘giving lap dances’ to the men she was sat with, getting ‘her boobs out’, and ‘doing cartwheels in the aisle’, before she ‘started’ a brawl.
First of all the flight was delayed, which is a recipe for disaster in an airport departures lounge, because the answer to a delay is usually more drinks.
The drunken woman was apparently being ‘loud for the whole time leading up to the flight at the gate’.
Speaking to UNILAD, Josh, who captured the film, explained what happened when they got on the plane:
We got on the plane and her friends were all seated at the back, and she was at the front amongst guys who were giving her more drink.
She was up lap-dancing on them and she got her boobs out, and she was a mess the whole time. She was also doing cartwheels down the aisle of the plane while we were flying along.
There was no proper trouble, everyone was just a bit fed up with her. It was a late night flight as well, we took off at about 10pm I think.
She was just drinking more and more on the flight and then when we were coming in for landing, obviously you have to put your seat belts on, she didn’t.
Josh, who works in insurance and was flying out to meet his family, explained that she ‘stood up and was walking around’ when the plane was preparing to land causing the cabin crew to ‘go mad at her’.
Talking about how the fight broke out, Josh said:
Her friend had to come from the back of the plane to try and calm her down and she just wasn’t listening.
Around that point, she started tapping people’s heads that she walked past and then she tapped this one girl’s head who slapped her hand away.
In the video there is a guy in the middle, he was trying to protect his girlfriend who was the blonde girl sat behind him. That’s who slapped her hand away after she tapped her on the head.
Josh explained that though it looks like the bearded man is causing the fight, he was actually protecting his girlfriend from the brunette girl dressed in black who was trying to attack her.
Josh explained what the police did once the plane landed:
Then the plane landed, the cabin through said no one was getting off the plane until the police arrive.
Then the police came on, they took her off the plane in handcuffs and then they let us off.
She just walked off at that point, but her friend was just saying to her ‘you’re a f*cking joke’ and stuff life that.
As if that wasn’t enough drama for the whole flight, it turns out that Montana from Love Island last year was sat a few rows in front of the drunken woman and was just watching the brawl play out in shock.
Talking about the reaction on the plane, Josh said:
A couple of other people were filming too, some people ran to the front to get away from it, and then the other people in the video were trying to break it up.
Plane staff were still in their seats when it started as it was literally just as we landed, then they just shouted at them to stop.
Speaking to UNILAD, an easyJet representative said:
EasyJet can confirm that a group of passengers were escorted off flight EZY2095 from Luton to Ibiza on August 2 by the police on arrival as a result of behaving in a disruptive manner.
The safety and welfare of our passengers and crew is easyJet’s highest priority. easyJet’s crew are trained to assess and evaluate all incidents.
Whilst such incidents are rare, we take them very seriously do not tolerate abusive or threatening behaviour onboard and always push for prosecution.
Spanish police were contacted but we have received no response.
When Josh got to passport control, he told the officer the girl was coming, and he picked up her passport replying, ‘what, this one?’
Brits abroad are the worst.
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