Shouting at the flight attendant, the woman, who identified herself as Irish, said: “Excuse me, do I have to answer to her to go to the toilet?” She then bizarrely claimed that the flight attendant was accusing her of smuggling drugs on the plane. She blurted: “You thought that we were dealing drugs? You dirty little scum, yes you did. “An Irish person would never do that. No, only if they’re dirt and filth." As a Spanish police officer arrived on the scene, the woman then began shouting at other passengers on the plane. She shouted at one man: “Why, do you carry drugs?” She later pointed at the same man, shouting: “Go up his arse, go up his arse.” The woman was then escorted off the plane with her male partner. She again pointed at a man sitting in a seat behind her, shouting: “Check his bum”. Fellow passengers clapped as the woman was eventually led off the plane. The plane remained in Santander for 40 minutes before taking to the skies again and landing safely in Dublin Airport at 6 pm on Wednesday night.
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