Ibiza-bound Ryanair flyers cheer disruptive swaying man taken off diverted jet

A "disruptive man" who caused a Ryanair plane to make an emergency landing was booted off the aircraft as fellow passengers cheered.

The incident took place on a flight from Liverpool to Ibiza today (October 3), but airline staff were forced to down the plane in Bordeaux, France, after the man started exhibiting strange behaviour. Footage posted to X (formerly Twitter) shows French police hoisting the stumbling man from his seat and escorting him down the aisle.

Captioning the post, user wrote: "Ryanair Liverpool to Ibiza, diverted to Bordeaux," followed by a cry-laughing emoji. Another clip, captioned: "Hahahahahaahahahaha the f*cking shame," showed the man clinging to an officer as he descended the stairs off the plane and onto the runway.

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Social media users were quick to chime in with their thoughts on the embarrassing videos. One user commented: "Gonna be a long night for him," while another chimed in: "Lad needs a medic!"

Commenting on the incident, Ryanair was unable to confirm suggestions the man was on drugs. The airline also didn't specify what the wayward passenger had been doing prior to being escorted off the plane to cause the diversion.

However, a spokesperson for the airline said the flight continued its planned journey to the popular Spanish holiday destination after a brief delay. They told the Daily Star: "This flight from Liverpool to Ibiza (October 3) diverted to Bordeaux after a passenger became disruptive inflight


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"Crew called ahead for police assistance and the aircraft was met by local police upon arrival who removed the passenger. The flight continued to Ibiza following a short delay.

"This is now a matter for local police."

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