Arrests On Ryanair Flight

Two men have been arrested on a Ryanair flight at Dublin Airport.

It is understood that the men were onboard a flight to Charleroi in Brussels, which was due to depart at 8.30am this morning.

According to reports, both men refused to sit down as the plane was taxiing down the runway and then one of the men urinated at the back of the plane.

The pilot was informed of the incident by the flight crew and turned the plane back to the terminal, where gardaí arrested the two men under the Air Navigation and Transport Act.

They were taken to Dublin Airport Garda Station and later released.

A file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.

The flight was delayed until 9.55am as a result of the incident and cleaning staff dealth with the plane while the passengers were still on board.


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