David Larriston, from the United Kingdom, was locked in the bathroom of the plane after endangering the rest of the passengers and suffering. The lawsuit was probably funded by a Jet 2 flight from Glasgow to Bodrum, Turkey, on September 21.
The flight attendants were called when the man started hurting a Scottish couple. After warning of his behavior, David began to push hostess Nicola McDonagh with his finger on his forehead.
“Is it over? [Nicola McDonagh] He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
The group decided to detain the 39-year-old when he began threatening the remaining passengers. To defend himself, he threw his cellphone in the face of an air attendant.
According to statements revealed in court, David kicked another flight attendant and called the others “whores”.
The group took advantage of the need to go to the bathroom to lock him inside. However, the solution did not last long. David started knocking on the door and threatening to break the windows.
Due to “dangerous behavior”, the pilot decided to make an emergency landing at Manchester Airport.
To the authorities, David said he did not remember what had happened and that the last memory he had was of “some passengers” calling him “gay” and “seducing him.”
In court, he admitted his “behavior was disgusting” but was sentenced to 20 months in prison.
Several team members were left on sick leave due to a “traumatic incident”.