Drunk female passenger who swore and threatened to punch a stewardess forced Ryanair flight to Ibiza to turn around and fly back to Manchester

A boozed-up plane passenger forced a flight to turn back to Manchester after she threatened to punch a member of the cabin crew.

Julie Morris was on board a Ryanair flight from Manchester Airport to Ibiza last month when she began volleying expletives through the cabin.

The 54-year-old was sitting opposite a family with a baby so a stewardess went to speak to her to ask her to calm down


Staff had suspected she was drinking alcohol that she had purchased on board and they asked her about it.

Manchester Magistrates Court was told she launched a ‘volley of expletives’ telling the member of cabin crew ‘f**k off you f*****g b***h’.

She was then also heard to say ‘I will punch her.’

Morris was moved to another row but continued to be disruptive. The captain of the Ryanair flight FR1263 alerted the authorities and then made the decision to turn back to ensure the safety of the passengers.



Drunk thug attacked boy as he waited to be collected after disco in Letterkenny, Donegal

A drunk thug viciously attacked a 14-year-old boy and asked him if he wanted to die as he waited to be collected from a disco by his mother.

Lee Byrne, 28, targeted the boy, who was waiting outside a takeaway for his lift in Letterkenny, Donegal.

At 12.20am on July 14 last, Byrne confronted the lad and asked if he wanted to die before punching him.

The terrified child ran away and hid inside the takeaway.

His mother arrived and Byrne was pointed out to her but he fled, only to be arrested by Gardai who arrived on the scene. Cops arrested Byrne, who was drunk and they later found a cannabis grinder on him.