Paul Anthony Burgoyne, 51, was jailed for three months, fined £500 and ordered to pay £600 in connection with an incident on board an easyJet aircraft at Belfast International in February. Burgoyne drunkenly responded to a cabin crew request to raise his window blind with a Nazi salute while shouting, “All right, mein Fuhrer!”. He also swore at crew and attempted to grab the captain by the throat, breaking the captain’s £600 watch. Once Burgoyne had been removed from the aircraft, he then attempted to commandeer the aircraft’s tug.
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