The country’s low-cost and ever controversial airline Ryanair has been forced to issue an apology after a customer was forced to sit beside a pile of vomit for his entire journey.
The victim named Noel O’Hare has told his story of how he was made sit beside the uncleanly mess which was on the floor of the plane on his flight from the UK to Ireland. Mr O’Hare was told by flight attendants that the unruly mess was there from a previous flight and that it would not be cleaned up until the flight landed in Dublin.
Clearly upset and angry about the ordeal he suffered on his travels from Gatwick to Dublin Mr O’Hare, immediately took to social media to contact the airline about the incident.
Mr O’Hare took to Ryanair’s Facebook page to write a message saying: “Boarded flight FR113, looking forward to next 1.5hrs looking at vomit, was told will NOT be cleaned,”. The rather disgusting incident prompted Ryanair into making a response were they responded to Mr O’Hare saying: “Thank you for bringing this to our attention. “We will forward this onto our inflight team to investigate this further and hopefully limit this going forward. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.”
The low-cost airline later issued a statement regarding the incident in which they said: “We sincerely regret this incident which was caused by a shortage of cleaners at Gatwick Airport, which would have delayed the return flight by more than one hour.” “We apologise for any inconvenience caused”.
It is understood that the airline will compensate Mr O’Hare for his ordeal.