14 Oct, 2019 @ 08:24
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Drunk British mum ‘high on cannabis’ arrested after screaming ‘you can’t f*****g stop me’ on Birthday flight to Spain

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A DRUNKEN British mum has been jailed after screaming ‘you can’t f*****g stop me’ and exposing herself on her birthday flight to Spain.

Natasha Allen, 30, from Manchester was handed a 15-month prison sentence after she was ‘out of control’ on her journey from Manchester to Fuerteventura.

Allen, who was described as ‘loutish and self-indulgent’, forced the plane, carrying 200 people, to land in Faro, Portugal, Manchester Crown Court heard.

The holidaymaker had been travelling with two mates on September 12 last year before she began abusing cabin crew, according to the Manchester Evening News.

Staff on the Thomas Cook service saw Allen produce a bottle of vodka, half of which she had already drunk in the departure lounge.

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She began trying to buy J20s to mix with her spirit, before workers confiscated her alcohol and asked for her passport details.

While the drunken traveller was in the toilet, staff allegedly searched Allen’s bags for her passport, before she returned and labelled one a ‘f*****g thief’.

She also apparently accused staff of spilling a drink on her jogging bottoms, which she pulled down in front of the other passengers..

The court heard Allen said: “I have had my children taken off me so I will swear If I want to, you can’t f*****g stop me.”

She eventually returned to her seat before the pilot had already decided to land the plane in Portugal.

She was dragged off the plane by Portuguese police, before being summoned to court in the UK.

Judge Hilary Manley said Allen had reached the ‘end of the line’ and was also under the influence of ‘cannabis’.

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