'Absolutely Hammered' Guys Are Going Viral For Post-Bachelor Party Plane Brawl
A 10-year-old child was hit in the head with a wine bottle on a plane headed to Spain after all hell broke loose in the cabin.
Needless to say, the entire Ryanair flight from Scotland to Spain on Thursday morning was a complete shit show.
According to MailOnline, the chaos began when a group of drunk passengers coming from a bachelor party began harassing someone over his man bun.
Conor Cockburn, 27-year-old passenger and witness to the brawl, explained to The Sun that the wasted group of friends were repeatedly shouting "Oi, topknot!" at the innocent flyer while he was sitting with his friend.
Real mature, guys.
Eventually, the passenger's buddy became upset with the name calling. She "snapped and jumped" up to yell at the belligerent group.
Things quickly went downhill from here.
A brawl between the two groups broke out, and families allegedly hid behind their seats mid-flight to avoid injury.
One woman, who was on board with her two children, explained to The Daily Record that a plastic wine bottle was thrown across the plane, hitting a 10-year-old child right in the head. She was shocked, and said,
Everyone I spoke to said they'd never experienced anything like it.
The woman also mentioned the terrorizing group appeared to be "hammered" before the flight even took off.
It doesn't end there, though.
After the bottle was tossed, the man who threw it sat down next to Conor Cockburn and apologized, telling him that he meant no harm.
The man was attempting to blend in with the rest of the passengers to avoid punishment. Cockburn told The Sun he and his friend felt like they were "harboring a fugitive."
The chaos continued after Ryanair called the police, who waited for the plane to land in Alicante, Spain.
In an attempt to hide from the police, the drunken group began swapping clothing. This is the kind of thing that only seems like a really great idea when you're wasted.
But the clothes swap was shockingly unsuccessful, as four passengers were detained in Spain overnight when they landed. After the flight, an airline spokesman said,
We will not tolerate unruly or disruptive behavior and the safety and comfort of our customers, crew and aircraft is our number one priority.
Well, I think we've all learned a valuable lesson from this flight: Never, ever make fun of someone with a man bun -- especially when you're in the air.