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A Ryanair flight has been forced to return to Manchester airport after a bird strike
The plane was heading to Palma in Mallorca when the pilot had to abandon the journey shortly after take-off.
This flight from Manchester to Palma returned to Manchester shortly after take-off following a minor bird strike.
The aircraft landed normally and the flight to Palma will operate as soon as possible.
Ryanair apologised to affected customers for any inconvenience caused.
Police have tasered a passenger at Manchester Airport who took off his clothes as he left a plane, urinated against a wall and was abusive.
The 52-year-old challenged the captain of the Easy Jet flight from Malta to a fight.
He was given a fixed penalty notice.
Officers tasered a drunk plane passenger who stripped off his clothes as he left the aircraft, urinated against a wall and was abusive, police said.
Police were called to Manchester Airport on Thursday September 26 at 9.50am following reports a man was drunk and being abusive to passengers on a flight from Malta.
Greater Manchester Polices said: "As he left the plane, he took his clothes off and urinated against a wall.
"A 52-year-old man was stunned using an electronic stun gun and arrested on suspicion of being drunk and disorderly in a public place. He was issued a Fixed Penalty Notice."
The Thomson Airways Dreamliner which departed Manchester airport for Florida is back at Manchester after being forced to turn back due to "a technical fault."