An easyJet passenger was thrown off a flight after she reportedly began coughing on her fellow travellers.
The incident took place on a flight from Belfast to Edinburgh and saw the irate woman swearing at passengers before aggressively coughing.
She was filmed throwing a tantrum whilst being escorted of the easyJet plane on Sunday.
The video shows a woman getting her jacket and items to leave the plane.
She then starts swearing at passengers telling them to “F*** off” after she is told to get off.
The woman continues to say: “Everybody dies, did you know that? Every f***ing body dies, if it’s from corona or not everybody dies.”
A staff member then approaches the woman as she begins to storm off down the aisle to exit the plane.
As she does so, she turns to her right and sticks her tongue out at passengers and begins to cough excessively at them.
Passengers can be heard retorting back at her as the woman repeats: “Everybody dies, that’s the only thing.”
The woman is then interrupted by a staff member who has had enough saying: “Get off now” as he points to the plane’s front exit.
She replies: “F*** off you f***ing b****** I hope you die.”
The woman is then taken off the plane and disappears from view of the camera.
Her outburst was filmed by fellow passenger Noel Smith, who shared the video with the caption: “So this just happened on my flight.”
The clip has outraged social media users.
Michelle Sinclair commented: “Why book to go on a plane silly b knew the rules before she booked her flight.”
Ian Gibson wrote: “Hope she does a spell at her majesty’s service behind bars.”
Aundria Hanna added: “There are no words for this stupid woman”
However, Melissa McMaster wrote: “Where’s the other side to the story? What exactly made her go off on one? As always only getting one side.”
But Stuart Somerville said: “Even if there is another side, she should have more respect for herself.”
In a statement the airline said: “easyJet can confirm that police attended flight EZY481 from Belfast to Edinburgh on 18 October due to a passenger behaving disruptively onboard and refusing to wear their face covering.
“In line with EASA guidelines, all passengers are currently required to bring their own face covering for their flight which must be worn during boarding and onboard, except when eating or drinking.
“Passengers receive clear communications before they travel and via announcements onboard to ensure they are aware of this requirement for the health and safety of everyone onboard. We will not tolerate disruptive behaviour towards other passengers and crew.”
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