A shocking moment Traveler Ryanair "has his nose BITTEN OFF" after airborne flying from Glasgow to Tenerife
- An unnamed tourist remained with the blood that dropped down his face after the fight
- The waste was in front of horrible families and children after taking off at 6.10
- The man who wears the black tip shouts "that's what I got" until a man goes bleeding
James Gant For Mailonline
A passenger in Ryanair had his & # 39; nose bite & # 39; during a brutal battle in the air, shocking shots.
An unnamed tourist was yesterday at Glasgow Prestwick for Tenerife South yesterday when there was a fight.
A chaotic image shows that passengers scream while a man exits from a fight in a passage covered with blood.
two men fought on Ryanair flights from Glasgow to Tenerife, but were broken by crew and passengers
They seem to fall to the bottom of the grappling and people continue to separate them
A 30-second recording, taken by a traveler from the seat, sees a man wearing a hat and hood and a young black guy who fights halfway.
A passenger is shouting: "The guys stop it. Why did you just watch?
They fight about 20 seconds before the cabin crew and other passengers pull men.
The man, who allegedly tried to break the fight, left the center of a plane with a cracked nose and blood across the face
An unnamed man was helped by a passenger. Ryanair said that the two men who fought were detained when the plane landed
A man in the black top shouts "that's what I got, that's what I got", while he was pulled towards the front of the plane without clear injuries.
The other person was pushed towards the back of the aircraft by the crew in the cabin, and his blood dripped down his face.
One witness said he tried to end the fight.
The young man looks across his seat to watch the fight, with more families and children, as reported on a plane.
"There have been many opportunities for drunkenness and disorderly behavior that led to the fact that a man has bitten his nose," said the source of the Scottish sun.
A spokeswoman for Rianaira said: "This flight from Glasgow Prevention Center to Tenerife (16 Mar) requested police assistance on arrival after two passengers became disturbed in the flight."
The flight of Ryanair from Glasgow to Spain had to be re-routed last night after it was said that a fight broke out (image file)
"The plane landed normally and the police removed it and detained two persons.
"We will not tolerate disobedient or disruptive behavior at any time, and the safety and comfort of our clients, crew and aircraft is our number one priority.
"This is now a matter for the local police."
It comes a month after Ryanair's flight from Glasgow Prestige to Malaga had to be diverted after "a full-fledged battle in the first stage" allegedly broke out on the ground amid the scene of "absolute chaos."
The plane, which went from Glasgow Prestwick to the southern Spanish city of Malaga, was forced to redirect to Madrid
The witnesses said that two men were struck by blows after a drunken male passenger "began to bite women at a woman's party".
The cabin crew had to seek help from the passengers while the violence took place in passing, the witness said.
The plane, which ran from Glasgow Prestwick to the southern Spanish city of Malaga, was forced to shift to Madrid.
In the Serbian capital, a Spanish policeman greeted an enticing passenger before the plane was transported to the destination.