Police have released footage of how getting drunk on a plane can leave you behind bars.
The video recorded by Sussex Police shows drunken passenger Andrew Tosh being arrested after he sexually assaulted a female member of the cabin crew on a flight from Turkey to Glasgow.
Tosh, from Dundee, was sentenced to nine months in prison and was placed on the sex offender register after pleading guilty to sexual assault, threatening and abusive behaviour, assault and being drunk on an aircraft.
Officers were called to meet the flight from Glasgow to Turkey after it had to divert to Gatwick because of Tosh's behaviour.
Footage captured on police body cam shows Tosh being aggressive and abusive as he was carried off the flight feet first by officers after he sexually assaulted the flight attendant and acted aggressively towards other passengers.
The 34-year-old continues being abusive as he is put in a police van and taken to a cell. Tosh did not know which country he was in and had to be put in a hood to prevent him spitting at the officers arresting him.
A spokesperson for Thomas Cook Airlines said: "For the benefit of our customers' and employees' comfort and safety, we have a zero tolerance approach to disruptive behaviour on our flights and fortunately incidents as serious as this are very rare."
It is an offence to be drunk on an aircraft or even to enter an aircraft while drunk.
Chief Inspector Andy Kundert said: "We are not saying that people cannot have a drink before they fly but if you have one too many don't expect to get on a plane."
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