A RYANAIR cabin crew member was verbally abused by a passenger claiming to work for EasyJet, with the shocking moment onboard captured by a video which has since gone viral.
A cabin crew member on the flight was filmed trying to calm the passenger down as she yelled at him onboard.
It was reported by the passenger who filmed the video the woman became irate after another passenger told her off about her foul language.
Children can be heard talking and playing onboard in the video.
The clip, which has shocked many online, saw the woman yelling loudly at the male flight attendant.
She said: “He’s on a f***ing Ryanair flight walking past us like pieces of s***. Get him here now,” in relation to a senior member of staff.
The woman then claimed she worked for another airline: “I work for f***ing easyJet. Get a f***ing grip, get your manager.”
After she continues to yell, the flight attendant walks back down the aisle and away from the confrontation.
Express.co.uk has contacted EasyJet and Ryanair for comment.
Ryanair flight: A Rude passenger was caught abusing and swearing at cabin crew
A customer on this flight became disruptive on board and was warned of their behaviour by our crew
The person who filmed the incident wrote: ”Upon 20 minutes to landing, she is very loud and swearing a lot due to the drink she has been consuming.
“A lady a few rows back confronts the lady about this and she responded with the hateful abuse you can see in this video.”
An EasyJet spokesman did not confirm the woman’s claims of working for the airline: “We have no information to suggest the individual in this video is an easyJet member of staff.”
Ryanair said in a statement to the Daily Star: “A customer on this flight became disruptive on board and was warned of their behaviour by our crew.
“We will not tolerate unruly or disruptive behaviour at any time and the safety and comfort of our customers, crew and aircraft is our number one priority.”
Ryanair flight: The rude woman claimed to work for Easyjet, which the airline has not confirmed
Ryanair flight: The woman swore at the flight attendant onboard
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