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A drunk passenger forced a holiday flight to be diverted when he became abusive after cabin crew refused to sell him more alcohol.
The passenger was removed from a Jet2 flight, on its way from Belfast for Ibiza, by police after the pilot was forced to make landing in Toulouse, the airline said.
Passengers - Man - Part - Stag - Party
Other passengers said the man was part of a large stag party who queued up for the early morning flight carrying a blow up doll in front of families with young children.
A Jet2 spokesman said the decision to divert was taken due 'the deplorable behaviour of a particularly disruptive customer', who has now been handed a lifetime ban.
Woman - Flight - Partner - Baby - BBC
A woman who was on the flight with her partner and four-month-old baby told the BBC that the man was part of a 'large stag group' that was 'quite rowdy' when they came on board.
She said the stag group were some of the last passengers to board the plane.
Captain - Warning - Board
'The captain introduced himself and gave a really stern warning and reiterated that only alcohol bought on board could be...
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