Woman Allegedly Gave Lap Dances, Flashed Other Passengers Before Starting a Flight-wide Brawl
If you thought your last flight was chaos, consider yourself lucky that you’ve never witnessed a brawl like this.
A mass fight broke out on an easyJet flight from London Luton Airport to Ibiza after a woman allegedly “gave lap dances,” flashed her breasts, did cartwheels down the plane aisle, and tapped on passengers’ heads as she passed by.
"We got on the plane and her friends were all seated at the back, and she was at the front amongst guys who were giving her more drink," Josh told Unilad. “There was no proper trouble, everyone was just a bit fed up with her. It was a late night flight as well, we took off at about 10 p.m. I think. She was just drinking more and more on the flight and then when we were coming in for landing, obviously you have to put your seat belts on, she didn’t.”
At this point, a friend of the brunette woman moved to the back of the plane to help calm her down, to no avail. She then reportedly proceeded to run up and down the aisle, tapping on people’s heads, when another passenger, a blonde woman, slapped her hand away. When the blonde woman’s boyfriend tried to defend her, the brawl broke out.
According to Unilad, plane crew were still in their seats, primed for landing, when the incident occurred. “A couple of other people were filming too, some people ran to the front to get away from it, and then the other people in the video were trying to break it up,” Josh said.
In the video, it’s not clear who is actually fighting and who is trying to break it up, but it definitely seems like it was easy for bystanders to get sucked into the brawl.
When the plane landed in Ibiza, police were called to the scene and the instigators were escorted off the plane.
“EasyJet can confirm that a group of passengers were escorted off flight EZY2095 from Luton to Ibiza on August 2 by the police on arrival as a result of behaving in a disruptive manner. The safety and welfare of our passengers and crew is easyJet’s highest priority. easyJet’s crew are trained to assess and evaluate all incidents. Whilst such incidents are rare, we take them very seriously do not tolerate abusive or threatening behaviour onboard and always push for prosecution,” an easyJet spokesperson told Unilad.