By Cristina Hodgson • 30 October 2019 • 10:05
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HORRIFIED holidaymakers try to stop drunken British couple punching each other at Alicante ariport
The British couple reportedly in a ‘new’ relationship had been on a Ryanair flight from Birmingham to Alicante where both had been ‘guzzling alcohol’ during the flight.
Shocking footage shows the pair in a vicious fist fight whilst on one of Alicante’s airport shuttlebus where the pair take turns to throw agressive punches.
The video shows the pair pummeling each other, rolling around on the floor and screaming in front of horrified holidaymakers following the Ryanair flight from Birmingham.
The incident took place at around 10pm local time at Alicante’s arrivals terminal.
Fellow passangers who tried to break up the fight stated:
‘I think they were having a domestic that got so heated it became violent, and that one of them just touched a nerve – I think she lashed out first.’
‘We have no idea what they had argued about, but when it kicked off things escalated so quickly we couldn’t imagine what had been said.’
The passenger who filmed the brawl described the incident as ’embarrassing’, adding they acted like ‘typical Brits abroad’
A Ryanair spokesman said: ‘The crew of this flight from Birmingham to Alicante requested police assistance upon arrival after several passengers became disruptive. This is now a matter for local police.’
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