A ‘disruptive’ stag party was kicked off a Ryanair flight to Spain after reducing an air steward to tears.
The group of 20 from Wrexham were planning to enjoy a weekend in Benidorm before groom Wayne Roberts’ wedding next month.
The flight attendant said he couldn’t cope with the group and burst into tears.
The pilot ordered party to leave the aeroplane which was approved by the airline.
The group lost over £4,000 between them as a result and the groom is said to be devastated.
Each member of the party has lodged a formal complaint with Ryanair and they reportedly received no warnings before being asked to leave.
A spokesman for Ryanair has denied that the group was treated unfairly.
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