Moment furious Scottish woman without a mask has meltdown on EasyJet flight screaming ‘everybody dies’ while deliberately coughing on passengers as she is kicked off plane
- Woman was kicked off an aeroplane from Belfast to Edinburgh on October 18
- She shouts: ‘Every f****** body dies. If it’s corona or not, everybody dies’
- Woman then storms down the aisle and stops to purposefully cough on others
A furious woman was caught on camera as she threw a raging tantrum while being thrown off a flight for refusing to wear a face mask.
In the video, taken by another passenger, the Scottish woman is seen being kicked off an easyJet aeroplane travelling from Belfast to Edinburgh on October 18 after she refused to wear a face covering.
In the footage a flight attendant is seen ushering the woman off the plane while she screams and swears at passengers before telling staff, ‘I hope you f****** die’.
She shouts: ‘You f*** off, oh you f*** off.
‘You need to get a life. Everybody dies, you know that? Every f****** body dies. If it’s corona or not, everybody dies.’
The woman is seen being kicked off an easyJet aeroplane travelling from Belfast to Edinburgh on October 18 after she refused to wear a face covering and purposefully coughed on passengers
She then storms down the aisle of the plane, stopping to purposefully cough on passengers.
The woman then turns to face the rest of the passengers and says: ‘Everybody dies that’s the only thing that’s real.’
An enraged flight attendant then shouts: ‘Off, now. Get off now.’
And the woman launches into another foul-mouthed tirade as she tells him: ‘F*** off you f****** b*****d. I hope you f****** die.’
She shouts: ‘You need to get a life. Everybody dies, you know that? Every f****** body dies. If it’s corona or not, everybody dies’
An easyJet spokesman said: ‘EasyJet can confirm that police attended flight EZY481 from Belfast to Edinburgh on 18th October due to a passenger behaving disruptively onboard and refusing to wear their face covering.
‘In line with EASA guidelines, all passengers are currently required to bring their own face covering for their flight which must be worn during boarding and onboard, except when eating or drinking.
‘Passengers receive clear communications before they travel and via announcements onboard to ensure they are aware of this requirement for the health and safety of everyone onboard.
‘We will not tolerate disruptive behaviour towards other passengers and crew.’
A spokeswoman for Belfast International Airport said: ‘Airport Police were called by ground staff due to a disruptive passenger within the terminal building at approx 4.35pm on Sunday, October 18. The passenger was subsequently arrested and is currently under investigation.’