The Cyprus-bound flight from Manchester was forced to deplane in Athens to start with four noisy passengers.
One too many drinks apparently has the best of a woman EasyJet passengers and her friends on a flight from Manchester, England, Paphos, Greece, as their foul-mouthed rant in the high skies, it was hysterical, they were forced to deplane in Athens.
The Liverpool Echo reported that a 23-year-old British woman and her three female companions were removed from the flight EZY1975 for her stunned, expletive-laden rant at 30,000 feet, as demonstrated in the video images. According to the Manchester Evening News, they have since been released.
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In the vague clip of the March 23 incident, the crew and passengers try to calm the woman to no avail, as she stands on her chair and loudly cries out, seems to believe that she is being forced to “live on the streets” as a prostitute on the Greek island of Corfu. She begins to cry and claims that she is “raped” if she is thrown off the flight.
“I’m not messing around. If the police, they come at you in handcuffs,” a strict passenger says. “The best thing you can do is. I ask you, please.”
“Get your [expletive deleted] phone out of my sight,” the frantic woman makes his debut as a co-passenger is filming the scene.
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“I’m afraid. I just want to go home… Please take me home… Please. I don’t even want to go on vacation. Take me home,” she cries repeatedly.
“You have to stay in your seats,” a flight attendant chimes over the aircraft intercom by the chaotic scene, as the woman continues to cry. “Read me my rights, read me my rights! I have not done anything,” she says.
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One passenger told the Mirror that the violent woman and her companions “gradually getting worse and worse” by the duration of the holiday flight. She began to scold and quarrel if they are “pulled out a bottle of vodka and a bottle of cognac.”
“They were warned about bringing their own alcohol, but they had a go at the stewardess. She took a bottle of them, but they still had more, and they carried on drinking,” he said. “We thought that they would fall asleep, but they didn’t. Two of them were talking about performing sexual acts in the toilet and she went to the toilet.”
The other 41-year-old passenger travelling with her husband and two sons, said one of the girls spat in the face of one of the passengers.
“It was unbelievable. Shocking, just shocking,” she said of their behavior.
EasyJet confirmed the incident to Fox News and offered the following statement:
“EasyJet can confirm that flight EZY1975 from Manchester to Paphos on March 23, was diverted to Athens and met by the police on the arrival of the four passengers were unloaded as a result of disruptive behavior on board and the flight continued to Paphos as soon as the passengers were unloaded,” a company spokeswoman said. “The safety and well-being of the passengers and crew is always EasyJet’s priority.”
In addition, there is a ministry of Foreign affairs spokesman confirmed to the Manchester Evening News that they will be in action on behalf of the four women.
“We are assisting four British women arrested in Greece. Our employees are in contact with their families and the Greek government,” the spokesman said.
This is the second time in a week that the carrier has made headlines for the wild antics in the high skies, as the EasyJet pilot was suspended for the use of Snapchat, during a flight a few days before.
Janine Puhak is an editor for Fox News Lifestyle. Follow her on Twitter via @JaninePuhak