Shocking footage has emerged of French police hauling seen boozed-up Brits off of a plane bound for Ibiza.
The clip was filmed aboard a Ryanair flight from a UK airport to the Spanish party island, before the pilot set the plane down at Bordeaux Airport.
A witness told MailOnline that one of the men became angry when a flight attendant refused to serve them any more.
‘One of the guys wanted to buy something extra and was a but rude — the flight attendant as ignoring him.
The clip was filmed aboard a Ryanair flight from a UK airport to the Spanish party island, before the pilot set the plane down at Bordeaux Airport
A witness told MailOnline that one of the men became angry when a flight attendant refused to serve them any more
‘We will not tolerate unruly or disruptive behaviour at any time and the safety and comfort of our customers, crew and aircraft is our number one priority. This is now a matter for local police.’
‘He went on demanding and grabbed her by the arm asking to serve him.’
The shocked witness watched on as other members of the group began arguing with staff.
‘The cabin crew stopped the service and called the pilot. Police came into the plane to take the guys off.’
But the loutish behaviour didn’t end when officers escorted the men off the plane.
The witness added: ‘One bald guy was very unhappy about this as he was not involved in the argument.
‘He was very drunk and very big.’
A scuffle between the man and police then proceeds on the airport tarmac, while passengers on the plane watch on.
A Bordeaux airport source told Mail Online: ‘The plane was diverted to Bordeaux because of security problems on board.
‘Police were waiting for the flight when it landed, and arrests were made on board.
‘Unruly passengers were removed, and they caused further problems as they were being escorted away.
‘The incident is still being investigated [and] could lead to criminal charges.’
A spokesman for Ryanair told MailOnline: ‘This flight from London Stansted to Ibiza (25 Aug) diverted to Bordeaux after a number of passengers became disruptive inflight.
‘The aircraft landed normally and the passengers were removed and detained by police upon arrival, before the aircraft continued to Ibiza.