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Drunk Ryanair passenger is jailed for threatening to punch cabin crew and telling one to 'f***' off
(August 02 00:19) Dailymail.co.uk
Adam Lennon, 22 and from Dublin, was flying with a friend by Ryanair from Murcia in Spain to Dublin on New Year's Eve, 2019. He was jailed for four months in his absence at Bristol Crown Court.
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