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Man late for the Ryanair flight was arrested for the trace of the plane on the tarmac of the Airport of Dublin

Patrick Kehoe let the Criminal Courts of Justice in Dublin, Ireland after the chase on the tarmac a plane he was not on board.

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A passenger of Ryanair who missed his flight at the Airport of Dublin was arrested for chasing the plane across the tarmac, hoping to mark it down.

Later, after he was released on bail, the man bizarrely dropped his trousers and mooned photographers outside the court building.

A passenger was pinned to the ground by the police at Dublin Airport this morning after the run of the terminal to the aircraft https://t.co/at941vkeK6 pic.twitter.com/CPVCdycDwD

— BBC News NI (@BBCNewsNI) September 27, 2018

Patrick Kehoe caused quite the commotion on Tuesday morning when he “chased and tried to flag down a flight on the way to Amsterdam”, which he was supposed to have, the Irish Times reported.

According to the outlet, the 23-year-old Irish man with success by the gate and a door leading to the tarmac” before you are in the area of the plane.

Charged later that day with criminal damage to a door lock in a Dublin Court, Kehoe was released on bail.

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Kehoe was quickly addressed by the airport officials, but a ground crew worker told the BBC that he “ran from the building towards the plane” and apparently was “determined” to its flight — allegedly even with a packed suitcase under his arm.

Kehoe was charged later that day with criminal damage to a door lock, and was released on bail. Leaving the Dublin district Court in a run, he sprinted past photographers and dropped his pants to “moon” them, the times reported.

“The police at the Airport of Dublin detained is a person who breached security at the boarding gate, which was already closed. This is now a matter for the local police.”

(PA Wire)

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Although representatives of Ryanair not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment on the story, they offered the BBC the following statement:

“The police at the Airport of Dublin detained is a person who breached security at the boarding gate, which was already closed. This is now a matter for the local police,” a spokesman confirmed.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Janine Puhak is an editor for Fox News Lifestyle. Follow her on Twitter via @JaninePuhak

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