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Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary denounces ‘dumb’ anti-vaccines


Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary has slammed the “dumb” anti-vaccines and said only trapped passengers should be allowed to fly.

On Wednesday, an anti-vaxxer snuck past security to board a Ryanair flight and yell at passengers about Covid’s “demise plan”.

The Ryanair boss said unvaccinated Britons should be banned from entering hospitals, planes and public transport to prevent them from spreading the virus, the Telegraph reports.

Security was forced to seize the plane-to-Dublin conspiracy theorist while still stationary at Stansted Airport earlier this week.

Images showed the moment when many, who had a Dublin accent, erupted in his bizarre explosion over the coronavirus, ‘toxic’ vaccines and the ‘one world order’.

Video recorded by a passenger shows the man standing in the front of the Ryanair plane, with the door still open.

He is seen screaming and waving his arms at the passengers on the plane.

Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary (pictured) slammed ‘silly’ anti-vaccines and said only stung passengers should be allowed to fly

Pictures showed the moment when many, who had a Dublin accent, erupted in his bizarre explosion over the coronavirus

He called the passengers to pray

Pictures showed the moment when many, who had a Dublin accent, erupted in his bizarre explosion over the coronavirus, ‘toxic’ vaccines and the ‘one world order’

Mr O’Leary said: “If you are not vaccinated you should not be allowed to enter the hospital, you should not be allowed to fly on a plane, you should not be allowed to go on board. in the London Underground and you shouldn’t be allowed in the local supermarket or your pharmacy either.

“You can sit at home and you know, get your food and medicine deliveries. But you shouldn’t, you know, go to work or take public transportation unless you have a vaccination certificate.

He said making the vaccines mandatory would be an assault on civil liberty, but life should be difficult for those who choose not to get bitten.

Mr O’Leary, 60, said Ryanair expects to carry a million fewer passengers in December amid fears over the Omicron variant.

It comes after an angry man manages to board one of Mr. O’Leary’s planes.

The man said: “I have the right, every person on this plane has the right not to take a test. Who do they think they are? I have a constitutional right to the amendment.

“I don’t have to take anything, you are forced. You have to do everything, “take a vaccine, you do this, take a vaccine, you do that.”

He said “everything is control” and “the only program” before claiming the vaccine is killing people.

“It’s all control, all control, they control the whole world by the one world order, the only program,” he said.

He said

He said ‘everything is control’ and ‘the only program’ before claiming vaccine kills people

‘Do you think I’m lying? Do some research, check. The vaccine is a plan-demie. How many footballers has he already killed or professional athletes, killed, dead, heart attack.

“How many children has he mutilated?” Does anyone want to inject poison into your children? We’re lying to you, it’s a plan-demie.

As the man is fuming and delirious, the rest of the passengers can be heard laughing at him at various times.

A passenger, who wished to remain anonymous, shared the video on TikTok on Thursday, with the caption: “It’s a ‘plan-demie.’

The clip has already attracted over 485,000 views, but no comment due to the passenger turning the feature off.

Speaking today, they said: “The man made it through passport control at Ryanair and made it onto the plane.

“One of the flight attendants approached him to ask him to leave the plane because he had not provided a Covid passport or a negative Covid test.

“The whole situation then got worse, he refused to come down and security was called.”

A Ryanair spokesperson told MailOnline: “An individual on this flight from London Stansted to Dublin (December 15) was fired by the crew after breaching airport security and becoming a disruptor on board.

“The safety and security of all Ryanair flights is our number one priority and we will not allow passengers to travel who do not fully comply with safety and security regulations.”

There were no arrests. A spokesperson for Stansted said it is up to each airline to make sure the Covid documentation was in order before departure and that the man had not bypassed any of the airport security checks.