Paul O’Grady ‘ready to rebel’ when flight delayed before take-off without luggage

Paul O’Grady, 67, took to Instagram on Monday to document his ordeal, telling his followers that “a cell would be more appropriate” if stuck on the tarmac at Schipol Airport of Amsterdam.

Paul O'Grady said he felt ready to start a riot after being stuck on a plane
Paul O’Grady said he felt ready to start a riot after being stuck on a plane

Paul O’Grady said he felt ready to start a riot after being stuck on a plane for more than two hours at Amsterdam’s Schipol airport.

The TV presenter, 67, took to Instagram on Monday to document her ordeal, telling her followers that “a cell would be more appropriate” if stuck on the runway.

To make matters worse, Paul said the captain informed them they would be taking off without luggage after the bag got stuck in the holding area.

The star was scheduled to go to the charity party but said he is currently unable to go due to lengthy delays amid the airport chaos.







Paul O’Grady said he felt ready to start a riot after being stuck on a plane
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The TV presenter, 67, took to Instagram to document her challenge
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Sharing a disappointing selfie, Paul, who wears a black mask, confided: “It’s been a pleasure to fly. I’ve been on a KLM flight for over two hours and we haven’t gone further. runway.

“The captain popped his head out from time to time with loads of lame excuses and he just informed us that the luggage was stuck in some holding area and couldn’t be retrieved so if we took off it would be no luggage.

“The heat is on and I’m fit to kill because I have to go to a reception at The House of Lords to support The Paul Cottingham Trust, which is not going to happen.

“We’ve had half a glass of water and some crisps and loads of excuses and if this stink doesn’t go away soon, I’m afraid I’ll start a riot. A police cell. would prefer to be stuck here.”







Paul said the captain informed them that they would take off without luggage
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He later added: “It also froze because of this, and then after the passenger complained, they turned the heating on completely, resulting in a sweat when I confessed.”

10 minutes after his heated words, Paul shared a video from the window of his plane as it began to take off. He wrote: “FINALLY!!! Almost 3 hours late but we’re finally on air”.

Mirror Online has contacted KLM for comment.







Paul was stuck on the runway in Amsterdam for three hours
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He couldn’t attend the charity event due to the delay
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Thousands of passengers have had their flights canceled in recent weeks or missed their take-off while waiting in nightmare queues for check-in and security, with their luggage undelivered and unattended. recipients piled up around the country’s airports.

The Trade association for airlines around the world urged the Government to adopt quick security clearance measures for new workers or face even worse delays as the school summer break gets underway.

With passengers facing flight cancellations, delays and nightmare queues at UK airports, baggage handlers have revealed their horror at having to watch pilots unload suitcases from their planes while other employees were frequently in tears.

According to a baggage carrier written in TimeStaffing shortages are the root cause of the turmoil – yet the security issue for new workers is still taking up to six months to process.

The worker, who did not want to be named, said: ‘I’ve been a baggage handler for over a decade and this is the worst crash I’ve ever seen.

“Before this year, I had never seen pilots helping unload suitcases. In recent weeks, I’ve seen captains and first officers show up. At other airports, I’ve heard of it. has become popular now.”

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