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Monday, 28 May 2007

Alcoholic drinks to carry health warnings from next year

The Daily Record carries this story today:
TWO drunken Scotswomen were kicked off a flight from Spain yesterday after attacking an air steward. The pair were part of a group of 11 returning from a hen weekend in Majorca to Glasgow on an easyJet flight. Trouble flared when one of the party was told she was too drunk to fly. Her friend then launched a vicious attack on the male steward, leaving him needing hospital treatment. The pair, who have not been named, were hauled off the flight and quizzed by Spanish police at Palma airport. And they will now have to make their own way back to Scotland from the holiday destination.

Last night, one passenger said: "This group of women were drunk and completely out of order. They should never have been let on the plane".
"Hell Bonnie, ma heid hurts. D'ya think they'd give us an Irn Bru?"
"Och Fiona, if only those bottles of Bailey's had a health warning on them advising us of our safe drinking limits; we'd never have ended up in a Spanish nick."
"Ach weel. They'll let us out soon enough. Good job we're pregnant, eh?"

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