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Air rage Brit who BIT OFF a millionaire passenger’s ear AVOIDS prison sentence in Spain 

Air rage Brit who BIT OFF a millionaire passenger’s ear after erupting in fury when he was refused extra booze on Ryanair flight to Majorca AVOIDS prison sentence in Spain

  • Ben Addison was discover £630 for the assault which additionally noticed him injure 4 cops
  • The courtroom  gave him 10 months in prison however determined to droop the punishment 
  • He will keep away from jail so long as he commits no additional crimes in the following two years 

A rowdy passenger who bit a chunk out of a British millionaire’s ear at Palma de Mallorca Airport will keep away from jail.

A courtroom in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, gave Ben Addison, 31, ten months in prison however determined to droop the punishment.

This means he’ll keep away from jail so long as he commits no additional crimes in the following two years.

Addison (left) had been a fixed nuisance to passengers on Ryanair flight 2162 from Birmingham to Palma de Mallorca

The courtroom additionally fined him 720 euros (£630) for his weird assault, which additionally noticed him injure 4 cops.

The sentence was handed down on Monday, and was accepted by the Ben Addison. 

The incident befell at round 11.25pm on September 18, 2020.

Addison had been a fixed nuisance to passengers on Ryanair flight 2162 from Birmingham to Palma de Mallorca.

Once the aircraft had landed, he launched a vicious assault on passenger Neil Endley, kicking him in the top and showering him with punches.

Shockingly, he threw the millionaire Brit to the bottom and bit his proper ear so onerous that he ripped off a chunk.

Once the plane had landed, he launched a vicious attack on passenger Neil Endley (pictured), kicking him in the head and showering him with punches.

Once the aircraft had landed, he launched a vicious assault on passenger Neil Endley (pictured), kicking him in the top and showering him with punches.

Four cops went to the scene to finish the onslaught, solely to be showered with punches and kicks themselves.

They had been additionally dropped at the bottom and injured.

Neil – from Solihull, Warwickshire – stated on the time that he had ‘no connection’ together with his attacker.

He stated he ‘had by no means seen him earlier than in my life when this occurred’.

Neil – who owns The Bridge Group of engineering companies – was taken to a hospital in Palma de Mallorca after the vicious assault for therapy.

His assailant was drunk and excessive on medicine and had launched his onslaught after being refused extra alcohol.

He is believed to have focused Neil after grabbing his drink and downing it.

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