Cardiff bound passenger removed from flight for taking photos

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A passenger on a Cardiff bound flight from Dublin has been removed from the flight after allegedly taking photographs of the flight attendants during the safety briefing.

The unnamed man was asked by Flybe crew to delete the photos but when he said he couldn’t, he was escorted off the aircraft.

A spokesperson for Dublin airport said: “We understand there was an incident of a passenger taking photographs of a member of crew when they were doing a safety demonstration.

“The man was offloaded from the aircraft.”

Flybe said: “The matter is in the hands of the police.”

Despite the passenger being escorted from the aircraft, no arrests have been made according to the Garda (Irish Police Force).

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