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Two young men from London were found to be in the midst of the commotion of the arrest to their home-bound Ryanair flight to Portugal, after one of them had been “falsely accused” of pushing a female flight attendant.
The man alleges that he was injured by the police, who responded to the scene, as is allegedly suffering from pain in the neck, and a sprained ankle, and a wound on his hand.
On Aug. 7, Rafik Boutiche be determined Fessih on board their Ryanair flight to the Airport of Faro in the Algarve region, and is on his way to London Stansted Airport, for business quickly took a turn for the worse, the Daily Mirror reports.
Boutiche, 20, says that he has tried to move from his assigned seat near the back of the plane to sit closer to his friend, chaos broke out. According to the Mirror, the men claimed that the other passengers were switching seats, and Ryanair staff had no problem with it.
“We realized that there are a number of free parking spaces, and we wanted to be together so he tried to move forward,” Fessih, 19, told the outlet. “He was sitting right in front of me, there was an open seat, but said that he had to move out.”
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Fessih much as his buddy moved up to the front of the plane, he may accidentally come into contact” with an unnamed female flight attendant.
“He’s a great guy,” Fessih described Boutiche.
Even though Boutiche, however, maintain that he was not pushing it or sliding it on to the woman’s, she ran to the phone to the enforcement of the law alleged in the bump, as well as by the electrical outlet.
“We didn’t know what was going on until the police boarded the flight,” Fessih in detail.
In less than two minutes of video recording, which is Boutiche is apparently to be filmed and have since shared it on Twitter, the man can be seen surrounded by the police, as he cries out, claiming his innocence.
“You have to come with us,” said an officer.
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“Don’t push me, I will sue you. Don’t touch me, I’ll sue you,” the man called out. “Get away from me, what can I do for you? You are, I don’t push it!”
Then the camera goes black, and witnesses screaming in the background.
“You’re hurting him!” a spectator cries out.
In the end, the police let the Boutiche to go. He Fessih, ultimately, of its own will, got out of the plane.
“There were a lot of nice people on the plane, and I didn’t want to ruin it for them, so I got up and walked out of the plane,” Boutiche called.
Twenty minutes later, the plane took off without a problem, even though the friends found themselves trapped in Portugal for an extra night in the co-ordination of a flight to the uk with a different carrier.
In the immediate aftermath of the incident, Boutchie told the Mirror that he was now suffering from a pain in the neck, and a sprained ankle, and a wound on his hand, the force applied by the regulatory authorities.
“My hand is cut out, it’s burning in me at the moment. My ankle is sprained, and my neck is hurting me,” he says. “We are just two, young, guys, we’re not looking for trouble, we just wanted to get back to the house.”
“I have never, ever experienced anything like this, I would have never thought that it would be possible for you to go through what I went through,” he added.
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“To think that everything that has happened and is still happening in 2019, it’s DISGUSTING,” Boutchie later to open his Twitter, a video of the scene, which has since been viewed over 42,000 times to date. “This is not the first time that the @Ryanair have screwed up. Please help me to boycott them and find out.”
On Thursday morning, Fessih shared a photo on Instagram of an apparent e-mail from Ryanair, attention to detail, that he had been banned from flying with the airline ever again because of his “disruptive behaviour” at Wednesday’s race.
It is not clear at this time if the Boutiche, it is also illegal to fly with a budget airline.
Reps for the Ryanair flight does not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment on the story.