Rowdy bride-to-be gallops down the aisle of Ryanair flight to Alicante

Moment a rowdy bride-to-be GALLOPS down the aisle of a Ryanair flight from Birmingham to Alicante as holidaymakers complain her hen party group ruined their flight

  • Robert Malton was on board a Ryanair flight to Alicante with rowdy hen party 
  • Video shows the bride-to-be riding a hobby horse down the aisle of the plane 
  • Mr Malton said it was the worst flight he and his wife have ever been on  
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A disgruntled passenger has captured footage showing a rowdy bride-to-be galloping her way down the aisle on a Ryanair flight from Birmingham to Alicante.  

Robert Malton, who recorded the video, was on the flight to Spain to see his two-year-old granddaughter and to celebrate his fifth wedding anniversary with his wife.

He told the Daily Star it was the worst Ryanair flight they had ever been on.

Mr Malton recalled that the group of women had appeared to be drinking when they boarded the flight.

During the flight they continued to be loud and disruptive as they kept changing seats.

‘I thought you were not allowed to do this but the flight crew didn’t seem to be bothered,’ he said. 

Disgruntled Ryanair passenger Robert Malton captured footage showing a rowdy bride-to-be galloping her way down the aisle on a flight from Birmingham to Alicante


Mr Malton said ‘It was apparent to us that they had bottles filled up with alcohol and made it look like juice.’ At one point the bride-to-be was being cheered on as she rode a hobby horse down the aisle with a man wearing a cowboy hat

‘It was apparent to us that they had bottles filled up with alcohol and made it look like juice,’ he added. 

Mr Malton told the publication that things became worse as the flight went on.

The bride-to-be was being cheered on as she rode a hobby horse down the aisle with a man wearing a cowboy hat.

Mr Malton said it was the worst Ryanair flight he and his wife had ever been on

He also complained that the cabin crew did little to manage the disorderly bridal party during the flight.

Mr Malton said: ‘I am sure the crew were frightened to say anything to them but were quick enough to tell me to put my tray table up even before the seat belt sign came up!

MailOnline has approached Ryanair for comment. 

Mr Malton also complained that the cabin crew did little to manage the disorderly bridal party during the flight

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