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British Holidaymaker Arrested After Air Stewardess Sexually Assaulted

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A man arrested after Jet2 air stewardess ‘sexually assaulted’ and boss ‘spat on’

A British man has been arrested by the Spanish Civil Guard on suspicion of sexually assaulting an air stewardess and spitting at her boss onboard a Jet2 flight from Manchester to Ibiza.

 

A British male holidaymaker has been arrested by the Spanish Civil Guard on suspicion of sexual assault against an Jet2 Air stewardess onboard a flight from Manchester to Ibiza.

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The unnamed 42-year-old man was also arrested on suspicion of spitting at the air stewardess boss during the same flight.

The incident happened yesterday morning, and the unnamed man was arrested by Spanish Civil Guard officers when the flight reached Ibiza.



A spokesman for the Spanish Civil Guard said: “Officers have arrested a British man as the suspected author of a crime of sexual assault on an air stewardess on a flight from Manchester to Ibiza.

“Yesterday morning officers were asked to head to a plane which had just touched down.

“The pilot informed the officers that a passenger had refused to obey the crew’s instructions during the flight, as well as groping the bottom of one of the air stewardesses and spitting at her boss.

“He was immediately arrested.”

It is not clear if the man has appeared in court, but he could be facing a heavy fan and also time in prison.

If he is released, he will have problems getting back to the UK as he will be banned from flying with Jet2 and other airlines may also ban him.

The Civil Guard spokesman said: “He will also be reported to the Spanish Air Safety and Security Agency (AESA) for his alleged behaviour during the flight.

“And the Civil Guard at Ibiza Airport will be asking the airline concerned to refuse to accept this passenger on the return flight he had booked back to Britain.”

The AESA has the power to find the man for breaches of air safety from £50 to £40,000

 

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