Undo Ryanair to not kick passenger by plane after racist rant on elderly woman
Ryanair has triggered rebellion after failing to remove a passenger from a plane after launching a racist tirade against the woman in the seat next to him.
The man was filmed by a passenger who called the older woman a "ugly black b ******" and cries "do not talk to me in a foreign language, you stupid, ugly cow".  The film was registered on Friday on Ryanair airplane FR015 from Barcelona to London Stansted by Kent resident David Lawrence.
It shows the man shouting to the woman to move seats while her daughter tries to stand up to him and tell him her mom is disabled.
He answers: "I do not care if she is disabled or not – if I tell her to get out, she comes out."
The man calls her "a bad f *** ing c ***" and says that the staff should move the woman to another seat, adding: "If you do not go to another seat, I will push you to another seat. "
Worker on the plane intervened, but failed to silence the man during the shooting.
A passenger in the row behind intervened to attempt to disappear the situation.
The cabin crew can be heard to say, "Do not be rude, you must calm down" while other passengers call for man to be thrown off the plane.
The woman may be told to tell the man that he is stinking and he needs a wash before asking to be moved so that she can sit next to her daughter. The daughter of the targeted woman said she believed that a black person had behaved the same way they would have been thrown off the plane immediately.
The woman (53) told the "Huffington Post" line had started because her 77 year old mother's arthritis thought it took her some time to move out of the way so that the man could come to the window.
The daughter said she had taken her mother on vacation to mark one year ago the death of her father.
"My parents were married over the age of 50. She felt very depressed and depressed so I thought the trip would increase her spirits."
"I know if I behaved like he was or any other black person For that matter, the police would be called and we would have been kicked by the plane.
"Mom feels very upset and very stressed about this situation, on top of the grief she's already experiencing., I'm also upset all over the story – the fact that the passenger was. It was not taken off the plane and how the situation was handled she said.
The woman said when she complained to the cabin crew, they refused to hear any rage and they told her to call customer service on Monday.  The news of the incident was retweeted 18,000 times, leading to widespread condemnation by Ryanair not to do more.
When the Irish independents contacted, a spokesman for Ryanair said: "We have reported this to the police in Essex and as this is now a police, we can not comment on. "
A spokeswoman for Essex Police said:" This event … is believed to have taken place on a plane at Barcelona airport … We work closely with Ryanair and the Spanish authorities. "