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Ryanair passenger filmed with blood on his face after a fight in midair



Two Ryanair passengers were arrested after starting a chaotic brawl that blew a passenger on a flight from Glasgow Prestwick, Scotland, to Tenerife South Airport, Spain.

The shocking images were shared on Twitter, showing two men beating each other while screaming.

WARNING: The video contains a graphic language.

During the 36-second clip, taken by Twitter's user, Ben Wardrop, one can see Ryanair's flight crew trying to separate men who continue to beat each other and shout threats.

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According to the Mirror, the altercation erupted around 6:10 am Saturday morning. The cause of the fight was not clear.

The men are eventually separated and one of them is taken away with the bloody face. According to one passenger, the man's nose was "bitten" by the other man – but this report has not been confirmed by Ryanair.

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"There have been many drunken and messy occasions of behavior leading a man to be bitten," said a passenger at the Scottish Sun.

Despite the brutal fight, the flight landed at Tenerife airport, safely and at the time.

In a statement from Ryanair to Fox News, the airline asked the police to take the flight on arrival.

"The crew of this flight from Glasgow Prestwick to Tenerife (16 March) requested police assistance on arrival when two passengers became disruptive in flight.The aircraft landed normally and the police took and placed two people in detention.Our number one priority is the safety and comfort of our customers, our crew and our planes.This is now the local police business, "the statement said.

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Ryanair has already been the victim of violence on flights. So much so that the airline has asked airports to put in place stricter regulations for the sale of alcohol, citing numerous disruptive incidents caused by drunk passengers.


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