A flight from Belfast to Ibiza was forced to land in France because of disruptive passengers.
Jet2 Flight LS397 left Belfast International airport at around 3.30pm yesterday afternoon, but was forced to land in the French city of Toulouse.
A spokesperson for the airline could not tell the broadcaster how many people were involved in the incident that caused the flight to land in the French City, reports the Belfast Telegraph.
However, a press officer at Toulouse-Blagnac Airport has confirmed that one passenger was removed from the flight.
Reports online have suggested that the passengers were carrying a blow-up doll, in view of children who were on the same flight as them.
One person on Twitter said: Nice one guys! Together with a blow up doll at 7am in front of my kids & long queues. Way to go!
A 32-year-old man from Merthyr Tydfil was arrested on the flight before being released under investigation.
Nathan Rees, whose stag party interrupted the flight, has said staff overreacted and that he plans to take legal action against them.
The landscape worker from Cardiff made his feelings clear in an angry Twitter rant shortly after passengers were removed from the plane.
He said: @easyJet your cabin crew and head cabin lady need to be sacked. Made a mountain out of a mole hill on the flight to Prague yesterday evening that got cancelled.
Destroyed my stag and also hundred of others trip to Prague. Legal action is been taken. Joke. It is believed the group eventually arrived in the Czech Republic the following day.