- Want to spend a penny on Ryanair? That’ll be a quid, please…
Someone on this thread from earlier in the week mentioned itPosted 10 years ago
Well, I din’t know that. But what a cheek. I hope Ryanair aren’t allowed to introduce this. utterly stupid. What if you have a bladder/bowel problem, and need to visit a toilet frequently? Or pregnant women? Or simply don’t have change on you? Are they going to actually refuse someone use of the loo, simply because they don’t have a pound? I don’t even think that’s legally viable.
Michael O’Leary definitely deserves a slap. Going on about how you’d have to pay to use toilets at Liverpool St or wherever; it’s 20p, and there are other options nearby, which are free, and the attendants will let you in, if you are skint and desperate. I think they have to, actually. No such options at 30,000 feet.Posted 10 years agoBigDummySubscriber
Charges for use of toilets annoy me in any context. I prefer people to use toilets than not. It is one of the achievements of our civilisation that raw sewage is not a major feature of public life. If keeping it that way means that someone picks up the bill for toilets to be free at the point of use then that is just the price of a world free of the stench of human waste.Posted 10 years agomboyMember
All this talk of costing a pound to “spend a penny”… How much are they planning on charging to drop the kids off at the pool though? I’m wondering if the toilet doors will be on a coin operated meter, like some electricity meters, where once your pound expires the door pops open for all to see you, trousers round ankles, grimace on face curling one out!
😕Posted 10 years agocrazy-legsSubscriber
Yeah, I heard about it weeks ago from a mate who works for Ryanair. I’m not sure what to think of them really. As a business, it regularly wins awards and it’s one of the busiest (and most profitable) airlines in Europe. O’Leary is a really good businessman and a breath of fresh air in these politically correct times for just cutting through the crap and saying what he thinks. He’s still a cock though…
Imagine a decade ago telling someone that you’d soon be able to fly to Eastern Europe for £15 return all in, they’d have put you away in a padded cell!Posted 10 years agoHoratioHufnagelMember
RYANAIR PLANES TO SMELL STRONGLY OF URINE AND FAECESPosted 10 years agosimonfbarnesMember
In the light of the remarks yesterday about the non-heroic pilot of the A320 in the Hudson, perhaps they should levy a non-crash charge for those flights that manage to land successfully ?
tannoy: “Bing-bong. Will all living passengers please queue at the reception desk to pay their survival tariff?”Posted 10 years ago
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