A Ryanair pilot has managed to keep his job after blasting passengers as 'morons' as well as taking a picture of himself wearing a tin foil hat in the cockpit.
Iain Inglis shared the picture on Facebook, and posted a comment not-so-politely reminding plane passengers they don't need to queue anymore.
According to the Mirror, he wrote: "To all Ryanair passengers. You now have a seat assignment. So why oh why are you still queuing up like morons??!! Please locate your brains."
Referencing the fact that Ryanair can only guarantee the first 90 passengers will be permitted to take their hand luggage into the cabin, one Facebook friend wrote: "Normally mate it's because if you don't your bag will be at the other end of the plane!"
Inglis also shared a silly picture of himself wearing a tin foil hat, after news that 56 minutes at 30,000 feet is the equivalent of 20 minutes on a sunbed.
The Daily Telegraph reports that the 31-year-old captain from Edinburgh also joked on Facebook that he fran away rom a bearded man he saw "praying quietly to Mecca and kissing the floor at Stansted".
According to the Daily Mail, a Ryanair spokesman said: "We don't comment on social media nonsense, nor do we comment on individuals."
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