January 3, 2018
People have argued that alcohol should not be served on planes, because of this type of behavior.
However my response to that would be that if this man had been totally plastered, he would have passed out instead of climbing out onto the wing.
Waiting to deplane is arguably the most frustrating aspect of flying, but a Ryanair passenger in Spain has found a genius — albeit inadvisable — alternative.
A passenger aboard a Jan. 1 flight from London to the Spanish city of Malaga was arrested by airport security for opening the emergency exit and climbing out onto the wing of the aircraft shortly after landing.
The man, whom fellow passengers identified as a Polish national in his 50s, had reportedly grown tired of waiting to disembark the aircraft, which had already been sitting at the Malaga airport for 30 minutes, the BBC reports.
According to fellow passenger Fernando del Valle Villalobos, who spoke with the Associated Press, the offending passenger “very calmly asked permission to get past, opened the emergency exit, looked out, saw the wing [and] went back for his backpack” before exiting out onto the wing.
“He activated the emergency door and left, saying, ‘I’m going via the wing’,” del Valle Villalobos added to The Daily Mail. “It was surreal.”
The most disturbing part of this story is that those doors actually open. I thought the pilot had to push a button to release them – but apparently you can just open them at any time.
I would have preferred not to know that was possible.
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