Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary blasts 'idiot' anti-vaxxers
Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary blasts ‘idiot’ anti-vaxxers and says only jabbed passengers should be allowed to fly after ranting Covid conspiracy theorist was thrown off one of his planes
- Security was forced to bundle conspiracy theorist off a Ryanair plane yesterday
- Footage showed the moment the man erupted into an outburst Wednesday
- The footage was filmed by a passenger on the flight as it was at Stansted Airport
Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary has blasted ‘idiot’ anti-vaxxers and said only jabbed passengers should be allowed to fly.
An anti-vaxxer snuck past security to board a Ryanair flight and yell at passengers about the Covid ‘plan-demic’ on Wednesday.
The Ryanair boss said unvaccinated Britons should be banned from hospitals, planes and public transport to stop them spreading the virus, The Telegraph reports.
Security was forced to bundle to conspiracy theorist off the plane to Dublin while it was still stationary at Stansted Airport earlier this week.
Footage showed the moment the many, who had a Dublin accent, erupted into his bizarre outburst about coronavirus, ‘poisonous’ vaccines and the ‘one world order’.
Video recorded by a passenger shows the man standing at the front of the Ryanair plane, while the door is still open.
He is seen shouting and waving his arms to plane travellers.
Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary (pictured) has blasted ‘idiot’ anti-vaxxers and said only jabbed passengers should be allowed to fly
Footage showed the moment the many, who had a Dublin accent, erupted into his bizarre outburst about coronavirus, ‘poisonous’ vaccines and the ‘one world order’
Mr O’Leary said: ‘If you’re not vaccinated, you shouldn’t be allowed in the hospital, you shouldn’t be allowed to fly, you shouldn’t be allowed on the London Underground, and you shouldn’t be allowed in the local supermarket or your pharmacy either.
‘You can sit at home and you know, get your deliveries of medicines and food. But you should not, you know, go to work or go on public transport unless you have a vaccine certificate.’
He said making vaccines mandatory would be an infringement of civil liberty, but that life should be make difficult for those who choose not to get jabbed.
Mr O’Leary, 60, said Ryanair is expecting to fly one million fewer passengers during December because of fears around the Omicron variant.
It comes after a riled-up man managed to board one of Mr O’Leary’s planes.
The man said: ‘I have a right, every single person on this plane has a right not to take a test. Who do they think they are? I have a constitutional right in the amendment.
‘I don’t have to take something, you are being forced. You are being forced into everything, “take a vaccine, you do this, take a vaccine you do that”.’
He said ‘it’s all control’ and ‘the one agenda’ before claiming the vaccine is killing people.
‘It’s all control, it’s all control, they’re controlling the whole world by the one world order, the one agenda,’ he said.
He said ‘it’s all control’ and ‘the one agenda’ before claiming the vaccine is killing people
‘You think I’m lying? Do the research, check. The vaccine, it’s a plan-demic. How many footballers has it killed already or professional athletes, killed, dead, heart attack.
‘How many kids has it maimed? Does anyone want to inject poison into your kids? You are being lied to, it’s a plan-demic.’
As the man rants and raves, the rest of the passengers can be heard laughing at him at different times.
One passenger, who wished to remain anonymous, shared the video to TikTok on Thursday, with the caption: ‘It’s a ‘plan-demic’.
The clip has attracted over 485,000 views already but no comments due to the passenger turning the function off.
Speaking today they said: ‘The man managed to sneak past passport control at Ryanair and managed to get onto the plane.
‘One of the air hostesses approached him asking him to leave the plane as he had not provided a Covid passport or a negative Covid test.
‘The whole situation escalated then, he refused to get off and security was called.’
A spokesperson for Ryanair told MailOnline: ‘An individual on this flight from London Stansted to Dublin (15 Dec) was removed by the crew after breaching airport security and becoming disruptive on board.
‘The safety and security of all Ryanair flights is our number one priority and we will not allow passengers to travel who do not fully comply with safety and security regulations.’
There were no arrests. A spokesperson for Stansted said it was down to individual airlines to ensure Covid documentation is in order prior to departure and that the man did not by-pass any of the airport’s security checks.
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