Screaming Brit marched off easyJet plane by cops in Ibiza

THIS is the moment an easyJet passenger was removed from a flight by police after shouting and calling a woman a “p***y”.

Civil Guard officers were called to the plane after it landed at Ibiza Airport.

Passengers on the plane said one man who was hauled off refused to give his name and screamed “p***y” at a woman who was complaining about him.

Earlier in the flight a male passenger was filmed swearing at another several rows behind him before being urged to sit down by a woman.

The man he appeared to be shouting at was stood next to an air steward who seemed to be trying to calm him down – and replied with a volley of abuse as the attendant left him and walked towards the cockpit.

A woman who posted the footage said in a message: “Off to a eerrmmmm interesting start with this idiot abusing easyJet staff on our Ibiza flight.

“Staff handled it very well and he was removed by police.”

Another added: “Shocked by the language, ‘I’m gunna kick you out of your p***y hole.’”

The man who was told to get off the plane when it landed in Ibiza was accused of refusing to give his name and screaming at a woman who was complaining.

The incident happened on board easyJet flight EZY3044 from London Stansted to Ibiza this morning. The plane is thought to have landed around 9.30am.

It was not immediately clear if police had removed just one or more passengers and whether any were in the footage that was taken, or what had caused the row.

A spokesman for easyJet said: “We can confirm that flight EZY3044 from London Stansted to Ibiza on 14 June was met by police on arrival in Ibiza due to a group of passengers behaving disruptively on board.

“Our cabin crew are highly trained to assess and evaluate all situations and to act quickly and appropriately to ensure that the safety of the flight and other passengers is not compromised at any time.

“Whilst such incidents are rare, we take them very seriously and do not tolerate abusive or threatening behaviour on board.

“The safety and well being of passengers and crew is always our highest priority.”

Civil Guard could not be reached for immediate comment this afternoon.

The force is not thought to have made any arrests.