8400 bill after admitting abusing airline staff 'Get your ts out': Drunken yob hit with Liam McKeown forced his flight from Glasgow to Ibiza to be diverted to Toulouse where he was arrested.
00:01, 14 FEB 2017Liam McKeon was hit with the 8400 bill (Image: Stewart Robertson) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A drunken holidaymaker who told an air hostess to flash him has been hit with a bill. Liam McKeown, who was heading to Ibiza with a group of pals, was so out of control on the early morning flight from Glasgow that the captain diverted the plane to Toulouse to have him removed. Details of the 25 year old's boozy antics, which meant he had to be restrained by an off duty coach outlet locations united police officer, emerged when he pled guilty at Paisley Sheriff Court yesterday. Hazel Emmerson, prosecuting, told how the drama unfolded on the 7am Jet2 flight, which "was fully laden with passengers", on Saturday, July 7 last year. McKeown, of Cumbernauld, near Glasgow, was drunk and disruptive before the plane even took off and interfered with the safety demonstration. Drunk air hostess four times over the limit fined for Ibiza flight delay McKeown had boarded the flight at Glasgow Airport But his disruptive behaviour became worse after crew served him with a letter telling him how to behave. He then directed his aggression towards a female air hostess, who can't be named for legal reasons. Miss Emmerson coach outlet atlanta usa said: "He proceeded to shout a verbal tirade of abuse, such as, 'f off, square go, I'll do you in' and 'I'm gonna bounce all over your head; get your ts out, show us your me'." The captain was made aware of what was happening and made an in flight announcement reminding passengers of how they were expected to behave. An off duty female police officer then waded in to try to help. McKeown shouted and swore at the cabin crew and repeatedly struck windows and overhead cabins before the officer managed to restrain him. After the plane was diverted to Toulouse, he was removed from the flight by coach outlet purses on sale French police officers. The accused was kept in a cell for eight hours before being thrown onto the streets.
Air hostess denies being over the limit after being dismissed from early morning Ryanair flight at Prestwick Airport It took him four days to make his way back home by coach as his friends lived it up in Ibiza without him. McKeown pled guilty to two offences under the Civil Aviation Act 1982 being drunk on board an aircraft and behaving in a threatening or abusive manner on a flight. A third charge that coach outlet site he had refused to wear his seatbelt during landing and had repeatedly demanded more alcohol was dropped.
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