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'Drunk' Man United fans chant for Ryanair worker to 'get her t**s out' on flight to Barcelona

'Drunk' Man United fans chant for Ryanair worker to 'get her t**s out' on flight to Barcelona

The football fans harassed the air hostess aboard the plane

A Ryanair worker filmed a flight full of 'drunk' Manchester United fans bellowing some pretty vulgar chants her way.

Some of which even demanded she 'get her t*ts out' as well as inviting her into the toilet of all places with them.

Chloe Harrison, 25, was working on an evening flight from Manchester to Barcelona last week (15 February) - the night before a game between the two cities when she encountered the frenzied footy fans.

The worker was warned by her supervisor that there were 'some United fans' on the plane, but she was stunned to discover the flight 'full of men'. See it here:

After the cabin crew reportedly sold out of all their beer and vodka, the rowdy group of men started using Chloe's name in their football chants after overhearing it during flight announcements.

The baffled crew member claims they chanted 'get your t*ts out', but also sang 'we love you Chloe, we do' and even 'shoes off if you love Chloe', all while holding one shoe in the air.

Not only did they repeatedly harass Chloe, they also insulted and teased her colleague with the chant: "She serves to the left, she serves to the right, Chloe makes [the other flight attendant] look like sh*te."

Chloe shared a compilation of clips from the two-hour flight to TikTok where it has since amassed upwards of 2.7 million views.

She explained: "I turned up on the flight and my cabin supervisor told me 'we've got a few football fans on, it should be okay, they seem alright'.

"I walked to the back of the plane and looked and it was just full of men. There were like three women on the flight," she revealed.

"There were like three women on the flight."
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Chloe disclosed that she thought to herself 'this is going to be a nightmare' upon realising the situation she was in.

It was half-way through the flight when Chloe started noticing the men 'all looking' at her whilst chanting.

"There was one older lady sat in the middle of the plane and she said, 'oh I bet you want to curl up into a ball, don't you?'," Chloe said.

At first having no idea what the fanatics were even saying, Chloe then clocked that they were using her name in their array of chants.

She said: "I was thinking 'how do you know my name?' They must have heard my name when they did the announcements at the start."

Totally shocked by the ordeal, Chloe said she just wanted to 'climb inside the rubbish bag' she was holding at the time the chants first started.

"They were just having a good laugh, excited for the football and going on holiday," she added.

As the flight went on and the alcohol poured, the Ryanair hostess noted that the noise got 'louder and louder'.

After selling out of all alcohol mid-flight, the men demanded for more drinks and even made their way to front of the cabin to score some extra beverages.

"There's nothing you can do in that situation," Chloe explained, "if they're all standing up you just have to tell them to sit down."

"There's nothing you can do in that situation."
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As the chants became more and more random towards the landing, Chloe revealed that a few of the blokes even jokingly asked her: "Come to the toilet with us".

Exiting the cabin, the United fans departed telling Chloe that they'd 'never forget' her.

Only three months into her job, Chloe said she's never experienced anything like it before, with other crew members agreeing it rarely happened.

Despite social media comments suggesting the men's behaviour was wrong, she said it didn't bother her as it was mostly 'harmless' fun.

Chloe said: "It made my day go faster, it was fun."

"No one was complaining about it. Everyone found it funny, it was just a laugh," she added.

Chloe stated stated that when a few of the men said 'get your t*ts out' and 'Chloe's got a nice arse' as well as trying to 'grab her' as she walked down the aisle, it 'didn't really' bother her at all.

"If there was any trouble we could have got the police on arrival, but we didn't need that," she outlined.

"It made my day go faster, it was fun."
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Chloe posted the video to TikTok with the caption: "Manchester to Barcelona RyanAir flight full of United fans = fun fun fun x The last chant was my favourite."

Thousands flooded in to share their opinions on the clearly eventful day at work Chloe had endured.

One person commented: "This is brilliant."

Another wrote: "Chloe needs a pay rise and danger money."

"I love the fact that you had a laugh and didn't take any of it seriously. Banter does still exist," a third praised.

"Omg I can't stress how important it is for us women to stick together against this sort of behaviour. It's not acceptable," a final TikTok user added.

Ryanair has been contacted for comment.

Featured Image Credit: Kennedy News & Media

Topics: Football, Manchester United, UK News, TikTok, Ryanair