the Celtics fans are starting to warm up before their team's encounter with FC Copenhagen in the Park on Thursday evening. Some in a degree, so they will be somewhat delayed along the way.
Two of them were so early on Wednesday night so inebriated, that they were set by SAS-flight 1429 from Stockholm to Copenhagen, tells a hitchhiker. Information, as SAS confirms.
The two expelled were part of a slightly larger group of fans, dressed in both the club's home - as udetrøjer, who were on their way from their home country of Ireland, where a great many of the scottish club's fans live.
The Danish passenger Thomas Lue Lytzen as the group of not entirely sober fans go past his place at the front of the plane before take off.
We had driven a distance away from the gate, when the plane suddenly stopped, and a hitchhiker got a flight attendant to know that the two of them not had to fly with because of inappropriate behavior.
I could see that the three officers waited inside the gate, but it was quite undramatic, as they were accompanied from the tables. I must say that it was very professionally handled by the SAS, said Thomas Lue Lytzen, who not even noticed the turmoil from the aircraft's rear end.
the Celtic fans represent most often a solid tolvtemand, but they are also known to thought good up until the fighting. Photo: REUTERS/Alberto Lingria/Ritzau Scanpix
But it was in the degree of case, reports Jon Eckhoff, Norwegian press officer at SAS, to Ekstra Bladet.
- Two persons were set by the aircraft after an assessment by the captain. He didn't want to have the two aboard. The one was very drunk and the other very noisy, to the annoyance of other passengers.
Jon Eckhoff tells that the two full of football fans does not come with later, the SAS aircraft on Wednesday evening.
the Question of whether their delay of the plane (well 45 minutes, red.) get further repercussions for the two of inadmissible passengers, will be taken up later, he explains.
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