Sunday, September 11, 2016

Terror Alert: Migrant SCREAMS 'Death is coming' 17 times & 'Allahu Akbar' 29 times on EasyJet Flight!

A MIGRANT who was deported on an EasyJet flight from Gatwick to Venice sent the flight into chaos by crying "Allahu Akbar" and shouting "Death is coming".

The failed asylum seeker was being flown to Italy by the Home Office on the budget flight alongside holidaymakers as part of low cost deportation strategy.

But passengers were left shaken up when the unidentified man launched an angry tirade, howling "Alluha Akbar" 29 times, "death is coming" 17 times and "we will die" on nine occasions in a two-hour frenzy.

Passengers claimed the unruly man was kicking and thrashing, leading many to fear a possible terrorist attack on the EZY5263 flight on August 23.

He is believed to have been forced to leave the UK under the Dublin Regulation, which states that migrants must claim asylum in the first country they reach.

An EasyJet spokesperson apologised for the incident and said: "We acknowledge that on this occasion the situation onboard could have been distressing for other passengers and apologise for that.

"However, the safety of the flight was never compromised.

"We would not have carried the passenger had he displayed threatening behaviour prior to the flight, the captain would have diverted if any threat was made to the safety of the flight or passengers on board.

"He was in the care of two officers escorting him on behalf of the Home Office for the duration of the flight."

EasyJet insists that it is working with the Home Office to review the case to "see if lessons can be learned".

Currently, the Home Office spends around £30m a year deporting migrants, using a combination of chartered private jets and commercial flights.

The migrant was wearing handcuffs and being guarded by Home Office workers at the time.

The asylum seeker had been handcuffed on the flight (stock image)

- uk express

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