Women Delay Flight for 70 Minutes After Whining About ‘Terrorist’ Muslim Passengers

A pair of White women were kicked off of their flight after complaining about the presence of three other male Muslim passengers.

The incident occurred on a Thomas Cook Airlines flight from Dalaman, Turkey to Gatwick Airport, England on Friday.

 

The women, who described the robed men as “terrorists” and a “threat,” reportedly spoke to flight attendants to try to have them removed.

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Other passengers then called them out for their blatant racism, resulting in a heated exchange.

A pair of White women were kicked off of their flight after complaining about the presence of three other male Muslim passengers.

One of the women called another passenger a “fat b****.”

“She was calling passengers and the three men in particular all sorts of nasty names,” wrote Shanea Kerry, who boarded the flight.

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“I then called her out for her racism and highlighted her stupidity in flying to a country rooted in Islamic values, then discriminating against Muslims.

“She then responded with verbal abuse, calling me a ‘fat b****…’”



Mario Van Poppel, who was traveling with his pregnant wife and three children, told the Daily Mirror, “When we got on she was speaking to one of the flight crew and saying she was having a panic attack.”

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“They were trying to talk her around but she wasn’t having it,” he added.



Kerry said that one of the women called the rest of the passengers “stupid” for staying on the flight.

Meanwhile, the Muslim men were “offended” but “kept their cool,” Van Poppel said.

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A pair of White women were kicked off of their flight after complaining about the presence of three other male Muslim passengers.

The scene, which delayed the flight for around 70 minutes, reduced some passengers to tears.

In a statement, Thomas Cook Airlines said that the women had been removed for their offensive behavior.

“Two passengers on flight MT105 from Dalaman to London Gatwick were removed from the aircraft by police following offensive behaviour on board.

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“The safety of our customers and crew is always our first priority and we do not accept this kind of behaviour on our aircraft. We are sorry to our customers for the delay this caused to their flight.”

Images via Twitter / @shaneakerry

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