Remember when flying was a pleasant experience?
A passenger was dragged off a flight from London to Crete, Greece after urinating on his brother before a brawl.
Greek police dragged the belligerent, half-naked passenger off the Jet2 plane on May 3rd, but the video was making the rounds on Thursday.
The brawling brothers, Alfie and Kenneth Springthorpe, were fined £50,000 by the airline.
According to British media, an empty bottle of Ciroc vodka was found underneath the drunk passenger’s seat.
The Sun reported:
THIS is the shocking moment cops dragged a Jet2 passenger off a plane after he is said to have “urinated on his brother” and taken part in a “full fist fight”.
Alfie and Kenneth Springthorpe were issued with a £50,000 fine by the airline after the flight from London Stansted Airport to Crete, Greece, on May 3.
A shocked passenger, who wishes to remain anonymous, captured a video showing one of the brothers being carted down the aisle by a Greek police officer.
The barrel-bellied boozer from Sidcup, south-east London, is shown bent over at a 90-degree angle and is barely able to stand up.
Another officer in civilian clothes walks behind the rowdy passenger to help the other officer drag him from the aircraft.
The Jet2 pilot was forced to divert the flight to Corfu to evict the brothers from the flight after they allegedly fought with each other mid-flight.
“Alfie and Kenneth Springthorpe, from Sidcup, displayed a catalogue of appalling behaviour onboard the aircraft which included causing damage as well as unacceptable levels of aggression and even physical violence.” the airline said, according to The Sun.
“As a result, the highly trained crew were left with no choice other than to divert the aircraft, which was flying from London Stansted to Heraklion (Crete), to Corfu so that police could offload them.”