Drunk teen on easyJet flight demanded air hostess perform sex act on him

A drunk teenager threatened to kill cabin crew and demanded a sex act on a passenger jet in a row over wearing a face mask.

Kieran Harris, 19, put two air hostesses in fear for their lives after he began “foaming at the mouth” during the foul mouthed tirade.

The baby-faced yob flew into a rage in protest at being made to wear a face covering during the three hour easyJet flight from Alicante, Spain to Manchester on March 13.

Harris, who had been drinking vodka and flying alone, demanded one hostess, Dorota Kazimierczak, performed a sex act on him.

He made the lewd comments after she asked him not to remove his safety belt due to the plane making its descent.

The teen, of Garston, Liverpool, was escorted off the flight by police after it landed in the UK.

At Manchester Magistrates’ Court, he admitted being drunk on an aircraft and using threatening behaviour and was jailed for 12 weeks.

He was ordered to pay Miss Kazimierczak £250 compensation.

Tess Kenyon, prosecuting, said he was repeatedly asked to put a mask on, and asked for vodka when drinks were served.

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He told hostess Caroline Callaghan: "I know people – I'm not scared of the police.”

The cabin manager had to speak to him, but Harris claimed he would, “kick his head in”.

Harris, who works in his dad’s business fitting blinds, was told the flight might have to be diverted, but said he didn’t care.

As the plane made its descent he repeatedly got up, before launching into a tirade against Miss Kazimierczak.

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He told her: "Come here and make me, and while you're at it, suck my d**k.

"I will f**k you up. You and your stupid s**t Eastern European accent. I will f*****g kill you.

“Bring your boyfriend here, and I will f*****g kill him too. I've killed people, and I will kill you as well."

He was eventually escorted off.

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In a police statement Miss Callaghan said he was “aggressive” and “uncontrollable”.

She said: “The situation was distressing and incredibly difficult to deal with. He became intoxicated very quickly.

“I'm not sure whether this was because of alcohol or drugs, because he was foaming at the mouth."

Miss Kazimierczak added: “I feared for my personal safety but had to remain a professional for the benefit of those on the flight.

“There were elderly passengers and some children upset by his behaviour.”

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The court heard Harris had no previous convictions.

Georgia Maudsley, defending, said he was “ashamed”.

She said: “He used alcohol during the flight to calm his nerves as he suffers from flight anxiety. He was flying alone and his actions are completely out of character.

“He is still a teenager and is immature, and accepts on that day, he acted extremely immaturely.”

Magistrates told Harris: "There was serious violence feared and aircraft staff were affected in the course of their duties.

“They were trying to deal with that situation in a worldwide pandemic where others are affected."

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