Woman suffers bloody nose after fight breaks out on Ryanair flight to Tenerife

A screaming woman was left with a bloodied nose after a fight broke out on a Ryanair flight.

A video of the incident taken on the flight from Bristol to Tenerife on Monday shows two women on the floor of the plane.

In the background other passengers can be heard screaming and shouting in all the chaos.

At the start of the video the woman with the gushing nose gets to her feet and shouts ‘mate, her and him’ and points up the aisle of the plane.

She appears very agitated but it is unclear who she is pointing at.

The woman then shouts ‘no, look at it’, and points to her bloodied nose.

Another woman can then be heard in the background saying: ‘I didn’t do that’.

But then the woman with the bloodied nose points up the aisle again and says ‘he did’ before shouting ‘because you called him a fat c**t’.

Grabs Chaos on Ryanair flight
The woman ended up with a bloodied nose
Grabs Chaos on Ryanair flight
The woman gestured up the aisle of the plane several times
Grabs Chaos on Ryanair flight
Shouting and screaming could be heard around the whole plane
Grabs Chaos on Ryanair flight
The passenger caught a glimpse that she was being filmed

She then says ‘where’s my phone no my phone’s on the floor’, and the camera cuts out.

Ryanair confirmed police were called once the flight had landed in Tenerife.

A spokesperson for the airline said: ‘The crew on this flight from Bristol to Tenerife (November 27) called ahead for police assistance when a passenger became disruptive in flight. 

‘The aircraft was met by local police upon arrival at Tenerife Airport and this individual passenger was removed. This now a matter for local police.’

This is not the first time fights have happened on Ryanair flights after punches were thrown when a huge brawl broke out between passengers during a Ryanair flight back from Malaga.

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