30 APRIL 2019: NEWCASTLE, ENGLAND

Lee Robson, 31, was found guilty of disrupting a Thomas Cook flight from Egypt to Newcastle on 21 January and for failing to appear for his first court proceeding. Robson was drunk, swearing, playing loud music and shouting during the flight. He was handed a thirteen-week suspended prison sentence, ordered to embark on a drug rehabilitation programme and pay £115 surcharge and £85 costs.