Second police storm TUI aircraft at Manchester airport after mom ‘refused to place seatbelt on her baby’
- Cops stormed the TUI aircraft coming in from Greece yesterday night
That is the second police stormed a TUI aircraft after a mom reportedly refused to place a seatbelt on her baby.
Footage shared on Twitter reveals officers boarding the total flight as they inform indignant passengers ‘we’ll take care of it mate’.
The flight was scheduled to depart from Kos in Greece to Manchester airport at 1.15pm yesterday, however reportedly didn’t take off for one more six hours, leaving passengers ‘exhausted’.
Witnesses claimed there have been then additional delays due to the disruption brought on by the mom, which reportedly triggered the pilot to abort a touchdown and circle over the Peak District.
The lady, who allegedly refused to stick to the illuminated seatbelt indicators and buckle up her baby, was escorted off the aircraft as soon as it landed.
That is the second law enforcement officials stormed a aircraft at Manchester Airport following reviews a girl had ‘refused to place a seatbelt on her baby’
The flight was scheduled to depart from Kos in Greece to Manchester airport at 1.15pm yesterday
One passenger on board instructed Manchester Evening News stated the lady had refused to buckle up her baby as a result of they have been ‘terrified’ inflicting airline workers to refuse to take off.
The passenger stated: ‘She finally did it and we took off. Once we have been up within the air, every part appeared positive and there was not a peep out of them.
‘Once we got here to land, the flight had already been delayed so everybody was in a horrible temper. Then all of it kicked off.
‘They went spherical checking seatbelts once more and she or he was screaming saying she was not going to restrain her baby and that she was terrified.
‘Passengers have been screaming swearing at her, telling her to take a seat down and calling her egocentric, it was all kicking off.
‘The captain came to visit the tannoy and stated we’d circle within the air. After we landed, we stayed on the aircraft and the police got here on and she or he was escorted off.’
MailOnline has contacted Higher Manchester Police and TUI for a press release.