Drunk Britons riot aboard London-Heraklion plane


Media reported that on a flight from London to Heraklion in Crete, panic reigned when two heavily drunk Britons rioted.

According to local media, two men aged 31 and 32, who were in a state of extreme intoxication, screamed, cursed and did not follow the instructions of the crew.

They created great anxiety and upset the crew and other passengers.

As soon as the plane landed late on Tuesday, September 9, the Heraklion airport police arrested two Britons for obstructing and endangering the movement of the aircraft.

Now they are in custody at the Heraklion airport police station, reports cretapost.gr Wednesday morning.

The lawlessness committed by tourists from Britain, apparently, begins on the plane.

2 drunk Brits on a flight from London to Chania in Crete, they did not hesitate to beat even the pilot when he tried to intervene and put an end to the riots that occurred on board the WizzAir plane.

On June 12, a drunk Briton, once on board an airliner, disrupted the flight. A 34-year-old drunk boarded an overnight Birmingham-Heraklion flight, according to public television. According to the same information, he was vindictive, aggressive, screamed and did not obey the crew’s recommendations.

The pilot informed the control tower about the behavior of the foreigner, and at the end of the flight, police officers from the airport control were already waiting for him. After the plane landed in Heraklion, the Briton was arrested, while the man continued to behave defiantly and, it seems, never sobered up, not understanding what was happening and where he was.

In early June, a British tourist urinated (!) on his brother during a flight to Crete, as a result of which he was arrested. And last week, a 22-year-old drunk British man forced a London-Paphos, Cyprus flight to be diverted to Thessaloniki, Greece.

PS I’m slowly starting to think that before boarding a plane, you need to do an alcohol test … True, then on many routes half of the passengers will have to be left at the airport. And it’s not just the British…

The pilot informed the control tower about the behavior of the foreigner, and at the end of the flight, police officers from the airport control were already waiting for him. After the plane landed in Heraklion, the Briton was arrested, while the man continued to behave defiantly and, it seems, never sobered up, not understanding what was happening and where he was.

In early June, a British tourist urinated (!) on his brother during a flight to Crete, as a result of which he was arrested. And last week, a 22-year-old drunk British man forced a London-Paphos, Cyprus flight to be diverted to Thessaloniki, Greece.



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