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EasyJet flight delayed because of stag do wearing 'pussy patrol' t-shirts and playing sex noises

EasyJet flight delayed because of stag do wearing 'pussy patrol' t-shirts and playing sex noises

This sounds familiar...

If you're a fan of British films, then you'll know that few are more iconic than The Inbetweeners Movie.

The flick, which was released back in 2011 (I feel old just writing that), centres around a classic lads' holiday and sees the group wear some now-iconic 'pussy patrol' t-shirts.

So it perhaps will come as no surprise that many stag dos have copied these particular t-shirts, but one recent lad who went for the classic joke recently found himself delaying the takeoff of his plane.

The t-shirts have been popular since the hit movie.
Film4 Productions

News of the lad, who was described as a 'drunk t*sser wearing a pussy patrol t-shirt', was revealed on Twitter by a disgruntled easyJet passenger.

She explained that the man was playing pornographic noises as the cabin crew attempted to give the safety demonstration before taking off.

Helen Pidd, the Guardian's North of England editor, wrote: "Flight delayed because some drunk tosser on a stag do (wearing a 'pussy patrol' t-shirt) decided to repeatedly play porn film noises on his phone while the cabin crew did their safety demo and got kicked off.

"@easyJet don’t mess about. Why do some men think this stuff is funny?"

Helen's tweet did not go unnoticed when it was posted on Thursday (9 March) and it prompted other social media users to share their travel horror stories.

The unruly passenger was removed from the easyJet flight.
Pixabay

Reacting to the tale of 'pussy patrol' woe, one Twitter user wrote: "Dublin airport at 4am - an hour queue for tea and coffee or 5 minute queue for alcohol. It was like a nightclub in there [sic]."

This prompted Helen to reply: "Jeez. I feel really sorry for the staff. Kudos to @easyjet for evicting this knucklehead quickly."

A second noted: "Unfortunately 90% of the people doesn’t know that being drunk during a flight is actually a criminal offence under Article 139 of the Air Navigation Order 2009."

"I was sat in the doctors surgery a while back. A couple come in a waiting room full of grannies and me. She proceeds to watch chainsaw murder scenes in a horror film, on her phone. Volume full blast [sic]," shared a third.

Meanwhile, a fourth Twitter user slammed the group for taking so much inspiration from The Inbetweeners.

They wrote: "Blokes who take The Inbetweeners as a template for life - the 21st century's answer to the people who watched Alf Garnett because 'he talks a lot of sense'."

EasyJet itself replied to Helen's post, elaborating: "Easyjet retains the right to refuse carriage to any passenger, whose behavior is considered a threat to the safety of other passengers, our staff or our aircraft.

"We strive to make sure that our customer care is at the heart of everything we do."

LADbible has reached out to easyJet for further comment.

Featured Image Credit: Entertainment Film Distributors/Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto/Shutterstock

Topics: UK News, Travel