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Late Passenger Makes A Run For It

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ShanwickOceanic (netAirspace FAA) 27 Sep 18, 12:20Post
A passenger has been pinned to the ground by police at Dublin Airport after running out of the terminal towards a plane and shouting at the pilot to wait.

Patrick Kehoe banged on the terminal window asking ground crew to hold the plane before he ran onto the runway [ {sarcastic} -Ed.].

The Irish man, 23, made it to the taxiing Ryanair aircraft before police arrested him at about 07:00 local time.

Read more: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-45663321
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JLAmber (netAirspace ATC & Founding Member) 27 Sep 18, 12:54Post
Wait! I've missed me feckin' flight! {facepalm} :))

To be fair, with that Guinness bar they have, it's easy to do.
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Zak (netAirspace FAA) 27 Sep 18, 13:00Post
Later that day, show must go on:
Mr Kehoe covered his face with a folder and shouted abuse at waiting journalists as he left the court, before swinging his suitcase at the crowd and lowering his trousers to expose his backside.

Quality character, it would seem. No-fly-list material.
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airtrainer 27 Sep 18, 13:08Post
Had he flow with LH, he would have been unable to swing his suitcase :))
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JLAmber (netAirspace ATC & Founding Member) 27 Sep 18, 15:07Post
Zak wrote:Later that day, show must go on:
Mr Kehoe covered his face with a folder and shouted abuse at waiting journalists as he left the court, before swinging his suitcase at the crowd and lowering his trousers to expose his backside.

Quality character, it would seem. No-fly-list material.


The BBC article update function does produce some outstanding edits.

Strangely, he's an educated and well-travelled guy. I suspect he had enjoyed a little more than just Guinness.
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