A disorderly Celtic fan has been filmed clashing with fellow passengers, cabin crew and Turkish law enforcement officials on an easyJet aircraft after touchdown.

The flight from Edinburgh to Turkey was boarded by police at Antalya Airport at 8.15pm on Saturday (20 April) following a brawl between the disruptive soccer fan and airline workers.

A video exhibits the person punching the roof of the aircraft, and lunging out of his seat earlier than he seems to punch a feminine flight attendant and a Turkish police officer earlier than falling to the cabin flooring and persevering with the altercation.

The person, seen carrying a Celtic soccer shirt, tried to wrestle previous cabin crew whereas shouting and pointing “You’re a f*****g f***y” at a passenger a number of rows in entrance.

Within the footage, fellow passengers may be heard screaming “Oh my god”, with one mom consoling her youngster and saying “it’s all proper, it’s okay”.

The flight departed the Scottish capital following a 3-3 Celtic draw with Aberdeen at Hampden Park.

A passenger onboard advised the Each day File that flight attendants needed to maintain the disruptive passenger “down for a very good 20 minutes” after he “misplaced it” following the Celtic end result and a person mentioned he was a “shame to the highest”.

Cabin crew reportedly additionally discovered an empty bottle of vodka within the unruly man’s possession.

A spokesperson for the airline mentioned: “EasyJet can verify that police attended a flight to Antalya on 20 April on arrival because of a passenger behaving disruptively on board.

“EasyJet’s crew are educated to evaluate and consider all conditions and to behave rapidly and appropriately to make sure that the protection of passengers just isn’t compromised at any time. While such incidents are uncommon we take them very severely and don’t tolerate abusive or threatening behaviour.

“The security and wellbeing of all our clients and crew is all the time our highest precedence.”

It’s not the primary time this 12 months a passenger fracas has pressured police intervention on an flight leaving Edinburgh.

In February, a Ryanair flight from the Scottish capital to Tenerife was pressured into an emergency touchdown in Portugal after a number of passengers grew to become “disruptive” and began preventing mid-flight.

In an enormous brawl, the passengers hurled insults and bottles at each other and needed to be separated by “powerless” cabin crew simply two hours into the just about five-hour flight.

The rowdy passengers had been faraway from the aircraft by police in Porto, Portugal earlier than the aircraft continued its journey to the Canary Islands.


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