The Hungarian man threatened other passengers with a pen and wanted to open the main door of the plane during the flight. Finally, the man was stopped by other passengers, including a security guard who managed to immobilise the aggressive Hungarian man.
The incident happened in mid-November on the direct flight of Ryanair from Seville to Budapest. The initially quiet journey was interrupted by a Hungarian passenger who began to behave aggressively at a certain point. The man kicked in the seats, threatened other passengers with a pen, and even abused the girls around him.
The man’s aggressive behaviour escalated to such an extent that he threatened to open the main door of the plane.
As the Spanish news portal La Razón reports, the situation became so tense on board that even a security guard had to interfere by offering his help to the flight attendant who could not cope with the aggressive Hungarian passenger.
The video shows that the man started to talk confusedly and made sudden movements as he kept saying he wanted to get off. Shortly after, more passengers intervened to calm the distraught passenger who threatened to open the door during the flight. Ten minutes before landing, and after another aggressive bout,
the man was finally caught and immobilised with the help of the security guard and some other passengers.
The young man, who is of Hungarian origin and approximately 1.90 meters tall, arrived being tied up at the Budapest Airport where the police took over the case. Antonio Quintero, the security guard who helped immobilise the passenger, joked that it was his very first time on a plane.