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Passenger Captured Beating Flight Attendants During Flight

Kwabena Sowee 2 months ago 0

A nasty criminal is seen in a horrifying video beating police officers and cabin crew members during this weekend’s journey from the UK to Turkey.

Other passengers, including a small child who is seen shielding her face with the palms of her hands before being soothed by her mom, could not help but cry in fear at the sight.

As the flight touched down shortly after 8 p.m. on Saturday, video shows the unruly Easyjet passenger, who is sporting a green and white striped Celtic Football Club shirt, violently punching flight attendants who are attempting to arrest him.

The Daily Record stated that the enraged man was heard yelling, “You’re a f—ing f—y,” as he pointed at another passenger.

Airline crew members also found an empty 24-ounce bottle of vodka.

“There was a cheer at the front of the plane when someone found out the result” of the Celtic soccer match, the passenger said.

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Celtic — one of Scottish soccer’s most infamous teams — beat Aberdeen on penalty kicks to advance to the Scottish Cup final on Saturday.

The witness added: “Another boy told the guy that he was a disgrace to the [Celtic jersey], and that’s when he just lost it.”

Then, when other passengers attempted to break up the altercation, the hooligan leaped out of his seat and appeared to be trying to assault a Turkish police officer and an airline employee.

An internet video of the fight showed a scared young child in pigtails sitting around three rows behind the fight, cowering as the man tried to push his way out of the seat and get past the police.

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Before her mother took the restless girl onto her lap to watch the brawl play out, the youngster was moving around in the seat and hiding her face with her hands.

passenger filmed beating flight attendants

The man moved toward the plane’s aisle and kept trying to attack people before collapsing to the ground.

He nevertheless persisted in landing blows on the ground in spite of that.

Attempts are being made by other passengers to get a sight of the rowdy passenger by sticking their heads out into the aisle.

As the man delivered his last blows, one woman let out a cry.

“It’s all right, baby,” the mother can be heard comforting her child as the violent outbreak came to an end. It’s alright.

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A second video that was circulated online shows the man being carried out of the plane and up the aisle while detained by the cops.

The individual filming only says, “Embarrassing,” as he appears to have multiple scratches on his face and is singing.

A spokesperson for Easyjet confirmed the fight, noting police had to get on the flight as it landed due to disruptive passenger behavior.

“EasyJet’s crew are trained to assess and evaluate all situations and to act quickly and appropriately to ensure that the safety of passengers is not compromised at any time. Whilst such incidents are rare we take them very seriously and do not tolerate abusive or threatening behavior,” the airline said.

“The safety and wellbeing of all our customers and crew is always our highest priority.”

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