EasyJet passenger race, arrested after fights involving paper airplanes: report


A passenger was allegedly involved in several incidents in a flight.

According to eyewitnesses, a male passenger had to be taken in front of an aircraft after being caught in a dispute with another passenger. Then, as the plane was apparently about to land, the same man had a fight with a different passenger.

According to reports from Southwest News Service (SWNS) from London to Turkey, there were incidents on Easyjet’s flight.
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Incidents occurred on EasyJet’s flight from London to Turkey, Southwest News Service (SWNS) reported. While one incident was allegedly flown over by paper airplanes, the other was racially motivated.

A passenger on the flight told SWNS that the first incident was about two hours into the flight. He described it as “two big men coming to fight”. According to the news outlet, the instigator of the fight was moved in front of the aircraft.

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The initial fight reportedly began when the instigator’s son threw a paper airplane and another passenger dislodged the aircraft and threw it.

After being taken to the front of the plane, the same man reportedly got into a fight with a female passenger. Flight passengers said they had heard them committing racist insults, though they were unaware of what happened in the fight. The man allegedly hit the woman in the face.

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According to a witness, when the flight landed, the police was waiting for that person. He was taken into custody as alleged by other passengers.

A spokesperson for EasyJet said in a statement by SWNS, “We can confirm flight EZY8841 from London Gatwick to Antalya on 8 September was met by police on arrival and as a result of their disruptive behavior on the ship a passenger Was removed by the police. Whenever such incidents are rare, we take them very seriously, and do not tolerate abusive or threatening behavior on the ship. ”

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The statement continued, “EasyJet’s cabin crew are trained to assess and evaluate all situations and to ensure the safety of the flight and other passengers is not compromised at any time. Our customers and drivers For the safety and well-being of the party. Our top priority. “

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