Ryanair flight of shame to Seville for a woman after receiving homophobic comments

ROWDY: Men allegedly chanted homophobic comments. Credit: @laurajmuldoon/Twitter

A WOMAN holidaymaker has shamed a rowdy group of men who she alleges called her a “lesbo”, “d**e” and “b***h” on a flight to Spain.

Laura Muldoon posted a photo on Twitter of a group of men she claims verbally abused her on the Ryanair flight from London Stanstead to Sevilla yesterday afternoon (June 19).

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The social media manager for the Museum of London said on her post: “First holiday snap! Of this bunch of lads who chanted that I was a ‘miserable b***h’, ‘d**e’ and ‘lesbo’ (very well observed!) on @Ryanair flight 12.27 from Stansted to Seville today. Oh yeah, flight crew did nothing. #holidayvibes #outofofficeon #rainontheplane.”

Since her post, Ms Muldoon has been publicly contacted by Ryanair on Twitter to ask for more information about the incident. In their post a representative said: “Hi Laura, we are sorry to hear this. Please submit a complaint here contactform.ryanair.com where our customer service department can investigate this.”

Ms Muldoon has received plenty of support from fellow Twitter users. One named Lucy, said: “I’m so sorry this happened to you, you shouldn’t have to spend the whole flight being abused by a bunch of lowlives.”

Another, named as Rev Raymond Baudon said: “I’m so sorry this has happened to you. If you feel able to please consider reporting them to the police.

“With the passenger list and that photo there’s a good chance the police will be able to ID them. I reported a homophobic threat recently and they took it v seriously.”


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