'Out-of-control' hen party thrown off Ryanair flight

Passengers said the women were acting like 'creatures'

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Credits: Grab from Josh Daley / Youtube

This is the moment Ryanair passengers cheered when an 'out-of-control' hen party was thrown off a plane by police after reportedly 'knocking back vodka, swearing and acting like creatures'.

Fellow passengers claimed the women had been acting like "creatures" - and described their behaviour "vile" on last night's flight from Liverpool to Alicante, according to The Sun.

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The group were allegedly screaming, swearing and drinking booze throughout the flight from Liverpool to Alicante.

In video footage recorded on the aircraft, an air hostess is heard repeatedly saying "sit down" among the chaos.

Passengers watch as the disruption continues, turning around and popping heads over seats to see what's going on.

One passenger can be heard saying "this is quite hilarious, it's quite funny" .

Credits: Grab from Josh Daley / Youtube

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MirrorOnline has blurred the faces of those allegedly involved in the fracas.

There appears to be a scramble to get the group's bags from the overhead compartments as one woman says "get your bag, we're all getting chucked off".

The hen party then get cheered and clapped off the plane as they do a 'walk of shame'.

Others on the flight allegedly said the women should not have been allowed on the flight in the first place, The Sun reports .

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The disruption happened on board a Ryanair plane (file photo)

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A Ryanair spokesperson told the Mirror Online: "The crew of this flight from Liverpool to Alicante (27 July) requested police assistance upon arrival in Alicante after a number of passengers became disruptive inflight."

The spokesperson continued: "The aircraft landed normally and police removed and detained these individuals.

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The crew on board needed assistance from police (file photo)

"The safety and comfort of our customers, crew and aircraft is our number one priority and we will not tolerate unruly or disruptive behaviour at any time.

"This is now a matter for local police."

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