Man escorted off easyJet flight by armed police because fellow passenger 'didn't feel safe'


A man was escorted off an easyJet flight by armed police because another passenger "didn't feel safe".

Meghary Yemane-Tesfagiorgis was told by the captain to leave the London-bound flight from Rome shortly before it was due to take off.

He was told the other passenger "didn't feel safe" while he was on board.

Meghary, who lives in London, says he spent hours speaking to airline staff and the police, and suggested the passenger who made the complaint should be taken off the plane.

Message posted on Meghary's Facebook account Credit: Facebook

Meghary says he is seeking legal advice. In a statement, easyJet said: