You can always spot the hen do squad getting ready for a big night on Friday and Saturday, as they stroll through the city with sashes and dick-shaped straws or balloons.
They can be rowdy affairs, and certainly rival stag dos in their capacity to get out of hand. But for one group of women, the fun stopped before the party even got started. They had boarded a RyanAir flight to go from Liverpool to Alicante, but had to get escorted off the plane by Spanish police once they had arrived.
YouTuber Josh Daley caught the hilarious moment when they were singled out.
According to the Daily Mail, one of the women, Emma Yates, has taken to Facebook to pretty much tell everyone that she couldn’t care less.
“Yes we was drunk. Yes we was embarrassed… so wot? Not assed bout what people think or say!!” she wrote.
“Like you ain’t never done it!’
Well I can say that I’ve never been kicked off a flight, but maybe I’m doing it wrong. You can’t help but laugh when the passengers start clapping as the team is escorted off the plane, illustrating how everyone on board must have thought they were a nightmare.
Passenger Katie Bridges told the MailOnline: “They were a drunken mess, shouting at each other and other passengers who told them to be quiet. On the flight, babies and small children were sitting watching that disgusting behaviour. No way to start a holiday.
“I could not even get up to go to the toilet because the girls would be in the aisle, fighting and shouting in each other’s faces. They had to be told to sit down on various occasions and did not listen to the staff on board.”
Another passenger claims the flight attendants had to stop selling alcohol to the entire plane and they nearly diverted to France to kick them out earlier.
A Ryanair spokesman told the Sun: “The crew of this flight from Liverpool to Alicante (27 July) requested police assistance upon arrival in Alicante after a number of passengers became disruptive inflight. The aircraft landed normally and police removed and detained these individuals.
“The safety and comfort of our customers, crew and aircraft is our number one priority and we will not tolerate unruly or disruptive behaviour at any time. This is now a matter for local police.”
It’s not the start that you want to have for a Hen Do, but onlookers reported that the incident certainly didn’t hinder the party.
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