A man died on board associate degree Aer Lingus flight last night once assaultive fellow passengers.
The man reportedly became ‘extremely violent’ throughout Flight EI 485 from capital of Portugal to port. He began ‘biting another passenger’, forcing the crew to restrain him, in step with The Mirror.
After being restrained the person, believed to be twenty four, fell into a state of state of mind before being pronounced dead on the flight.
Reports say a girl was conjointly inactive, though it’s unclear whether or not this relates to the man’s death or to a separate issue.
The plane was forced to create AN emergency diversion to Cork field, wherever the pilot hip to controllers that a traveller had ‘run amok’, injuring ‘one or 2 passengers’.
It’s understood another traveller was bitten once he tried to assist the restrained man. He was taken to hospital when the aircraft landing in Cork.
A post mortem is being disbursed on the deceased man to figure out the explanation for death.