'Please do not swear': Flight attendant pleads with rowdy passengers
For a planeload of young Scottish holidaymakers, the party couldn't start soon enough.
Footage has emerged of a flight attendant trying to control a rowdy flight from Glasgow, Scotland to the Spanish party island of Ibiza.
The passengers were told to quieten down and stop swearing by airline staff after they started an impromptu 'rave', singing and dancing while en route to the island.
The video shows one of the passengers playing club classic Look Right Through by Storm Queen on their phone while others belt out the chorus and dance in their seats.
Their behaviour forced the cabin crew to intervene, in a desperate attempt to take control of the situation.
"Ladies and gentlemen, please remain quiet. There are travellers on board with young children. Please do not swear. Thank you," a flight attendant says over the plane's public announcement system.
The Glasgow-Ibiza service is notorious for party-passenger problems.
In 2013, a group of drunk and rowdy Scots dancing in the aisles forced a Ryanair plane to make an emergency landing and earlier this month, a passenger was banned from an airline for his drunk and aggressive behaviour.
According to the Daily Record, Ryanair has banned booze on Scotland-Ibiza flight: "Customers will not be allowed to carry alcohol on board and all cabin baggage will be searched at boarding gates."
The video of the raucous passengers was posted to Facebook and currently has over 4000 likes.