Groom Arrested After Bachelor Party Forces Emergency Landing
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Adding "throw a bachelor party" to the list of things you should never do on a plane, a group of revelers from the United Kingdom were kicked off an international flight and arrested for being too out of control.
Among those arrested for disrupting the flight was the groom, which is not the ideal way for a bachelor party to end.
According to Joshua Berlinger of CNN.com, a group of 12 men celebrating a bachelor party were on a Ryanair flight from London to Bratislava, Slovakia, when attendants on the plane refused to serve the group alcohol.
According to German media outlets, the group became abrasive and one of the men attempted to strip his clothes off in protest of the crew’s refusal to serve them alcohol, forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing due to the men’s actions possibly jeopardizing the safety of the passengers onboard.
Upon making the emergency landing at Berlin Tegel International Airport, German police entered the airplane and arrested six of the 12 men, including the groom. Reports suggest that each of the disruptive passengers could face fines of up to 25,000 euros ($27,330) and civil charges.
There has to be a better way to spend your bachelor party.
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