Muhamed Azam, 37, was sentenced for his unruly and drunken behaviour on a Thomas Cook flight from Manchester to Marrakech in January. Azam was loud and abusive to flight attendants, stating that they were being racist after they refused to give him more orange juice. He claimed that he needed it because he was diabetic but a bottle of vodka was found next to him. He was jailed for six months.
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