Crazy airline video: Bachelor party boat of Vegas-bound flight
Five British men, apparently at a bachelor party, were arrested and accompanied to their Las Vegas-bound flight after disorderly conduct. According to the witness, they were refused to settle down, buckle up, and started to fight with each other. Look to see if the plane cheering as they walked away.
Five British passengers were removed from a Thomas Cook Airlines flight on the way to Las Vegas for disruptive behavior and that fight and the lighting of a cigarette, according to reports.
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The group fly to Nevada from Manchester, united kingdom, for a bachelor party when they were “offensive” and began to “fight with each other,” eyewitnesses said, according to The New York Post.
“They were fighting with each other and lighting a cigarette,” Krystyna Sczcygiel, who filmed a video of the men, told The Daily Mail. “Every time they had to sit down or fasten their seat belts, they just ignored it.”
“When the other passengers were telling them to be quiet, so they went to abuse of them. They were warned so many times,” she added.
The flight was diverted to Winnipeg, Canada, where the passengers were arrested and taken away by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Passengers booed at the five men, as they were off the plane in handcuffs.
“Five disruptive passengers were discharged” for “evil and the cause of the disruption,” a spokesman of the airline told the Winnipeg Sun.
Passengers booed the group of men as police led them off the plane in handcuffs. One of the arrested members fired back obscenities at the other passengers.
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A spokesman for the airline told the New York Post that they could not confirm whether the group had been drinking, but said that alcohol was served on the flight, as well as back in Manchester.
The flight landed in Las Vegas two hours and 40 minutes behind schedule. The stranded bachelor party to find their own transportation from Winnipeg, such as Thomas Cook Airlines does not fly out of the airport.
Alexandra Deabler is a Lifestyle writer and editor for Fox News.