A fuming grandfather claims his Ryanair flight from Birmingham to Alicante was ruined by a group of 'lairy' women on a hen party.
Robert Malton was left at his wits' end with the antics of the giggling hens and said he'd "never known a flight with so much noise."
He was so enraged that he whipped out his phone and began filming part of the journey as a woman – presumably the bride-to-be – galloped down the aisle on a fake horse.
She can be seen in the clip dressed in a white vest, wearing a veil and L-plate around her neck as she swings her arms in the air with a man behind her dressed as a cowboy.
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And despite some of the antics being met with a chorus of cheers and yells of excitement, Robert says it was the last thing he and his wife wanted on the plane to Spain.
He boarded the flight at Birmingham to see his two-year-old granddaughter and celebrate his fifth wedding anniversary.
But was stunned when "none of the flight attendants had words with this kind of behaviour on a flight."
He told the Daily Star Online: “This was probably the worst Ryanair flight myself and my wife have ever been on.
“It first started when a party of girls got on the plane. They were all clearly the worse for drink. They were loud and kept changing their seats.
“I thought you were not allowed to do this but the flight crew didn’t seem to be bothered.
“All through the flight the noise got worse and worse.
“It was apparent to us that they had bottles filled up with alcohol and made it look like juice.
“If we could see this then what were the crew doing?!
“Things got worse as the flight went on and as per the video you can see just how raucous things got.”
He said to add insult to injury, a flight attendant came over to tell him to put his tray table up.
He added: “I am sure the crew were frightened to say anything to them but were quick enough to tell me to put my tray table up even before the seat belt sign came up!
“Why did none of the flight attendants have words with this kind of behaviour on a flight?”
Mirror Online has contacted Ryanair for a comment.
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