Ryanair flight attendant has incredible comeback to woman's x-rated abuse before she stormed off plane
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A lot of us will probably have had an experience by now that leaves us pretty p**sed off while flying on budget airlines.
Captured in various clips and now made viral on social media, she launched some rather X-rated abuse towards the flight attendants - one of whom had an incredible comeback. Watch below:
Picking up her bags, the Welsh woman is shouting something about looking after ‘my boy every single day’ as an attendant seems to be calmly dealing with her.
Well, calmly stood next to her helping other passengers with their bags.
There’s the odd ‘f**k off’ as she then delivers the intense (and rather quotable) line: “Ryanair f**king suck my f**king clit.”
But the attendant wasted no time with an absolutely iconic comeback.
Without missing a beat, he calmly says back to her: “I’m gay.”
As a new comedy legend is born, passengers burst out laughing at his comeback as the woman began to storm up the aisle with her bags in tow.
Insisting another attendant ‘move out of my way’ and calling him a ‘f**king w**ker’, the passengers applauded as she left the aircraft.
It’s not yet clear just what caused her to be so angry before the plane took off, but it’s gone absolutely viral online.
One quipped: “The new Ryanair slogan right there.”
Some came up with their own punny flight names, calling it ‘aer cunilingus’ and said it’s a ‘new meme for the ages’.
But others found the attendant more hilarious, writing: “The ‘I’m gay’ at the end absolutely creased me.”
Others were more disgusted at her language though as she hurled swear words out at the attendants.
One wrote: “Proud to be Welsh,” with a disappointed face-palm emoji. Ouch.
A woman who appears to be the passenger in the video said on Facebook ‘it’s just getting better’ after ‘embarrassing yourself drunk on a aeroplane’.
She also seems to claim the ‘true story’ is ‘soon to be posted’. Well, that’ll be interesting.
Although it’s pretty well-known for having comebacks on X, the airline has not yet responded to tweets sharing the video.
LADbible has contacted Ryanair for comment.