On Ryanair’s flight from Ibiza, Spain to Milan, Italy on May 26th, a woman returning home went into a rage after being asked to wear her face mask properly. The woman in an open shirt, short shorts, and her mask below her face started yelling at passengers who wanted her to don the mask, and spit on passengers as well. So she was doing the opposite of what the masks were designed to prevent.
She argued with a flight attendant, pulled a passenger’s hair, and declared that she lives in a ‘democratic country’ and can do as she pleases. The woman is ultimately restrained by flight attendants at the front of the aircraft while she tries to kick a passenger.
According to Ryanair,
The crew of this flight from Ibiza to Milan Bergamo (May 26) requested police assistance upon arrival after a passenger became disruptive in-flight. The aircraft landed normally, and police removed the individual at Milan Bergamo airport. This is now a matter for local police.
For her part, the woman responded with a video in Italian saying she was ‘frustrated’ and ‘unlucky’ and threatening everyone who distributed copies of the videos they took of her on board.