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Drunk passenger who mixed alcohol with anti-depressants while struggling to cope with relationship break up 'threatened to open plane's emergency exit'
Danny Golden was travelling on Ryanair flights from Brussels to Dublin
Bought cans of beer in Belgium and proceeded to drink them on board
On landing in Ireland, police were called to deal with disruptive passenger
The 29-year-old says he has been left 'absolutely ashamed' by incident
By John Hutchinson for MailOnline
PUBLISHED: 13:46, 9 February 2016 | UPDATED: 10:04, 11 February 2016
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A drunk passenger allegedly threatened to open a plane's emergency exit after he mixed alcohol with anti-depressants.

Danny Golden, 29, had arrived back into Dublin Airport from Brussels to visit family at the weekend.

He works as a software developer in France.

Police were called when the Ryanair flight from Brussels landed in Dublin, and a drunk Danny Golden was led off the aircraft (file photo)   +2
Police were called when the Ryanair flight from Brussels landed in Dublin, and a drunk Danny Golden was led off the aircraft (file photo)

Swords District Court heard how Mr Golden was prescribed anti-depressants following the break-up of a long-term relationship.

He admitted being drunk on the Ryanair flight, with the court hearing he had brought cans of beer on board from Belgium, and despite being told not to, he continued to drink them in the cabin.

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Officers were called once the plane landed in Ireland to deal with a disruptive passenger, and Mr Golden was escorted off the aircraft, reports the Herald.

Mr Golden has said he is 'absolutely ashamed' by the incident when he drank alcohol on the flight despite being on medication   +2
Mr Golden has said he is 'absolutely ashamed' by the incident when he drank alcohol on the flight despite being on medication

WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF SOMEONE OPENED THE EMERGENCY EXIT MID-FLIGHT?
British Airways' head of flight and technical training Captain Dave Thomas explains that it would not be possible to open the door mid-flight.

'The exits on modern aircraft are normally referred to as 'plug doors',' he explains.

'That means that with the use of clever door mechanisms, the doors themselves, when closed, are tapered like a bath plug so in effect they are bigger than the openings in which they sit.

'This stops them opening outwards and the pressure inside the cabin is equivalent to between two to three tons of pressure, which stops them opening inwards.'

Garda Tom Doherty told the court that as well as being drunk, Golden 'claimed he was a dangerous man and threatened to open an emergency door.'

These claims were discounted by the defendant, who said that he can't have been perceived as a threat as he was seated near the door anyway.

However he did describe how he was 'absolutely ashamed' by the incident.

The defence agreed that Mr Golden should not have mixed anti-depressants with alcohol, and accepted that following the break-up of his relationship, he had 'struggled to cope.'

Judge Dermot Dempsey decided not to impose a criminal conviction after Mr Golden donated 500 to the Boyne Fishermen's Rescue and Recovery Service.

A spokesperson for Ryanair told MailOnline Travel: 'We will not tolerate unruly or disruptive behaviour at any time and the safety and comfort of our customers, crew and aircraft is our number one priority.

'This is now a matter for local police.'



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