HomeNewsBelgian Couple Arrested For Abandoning Baby At Airport After Failing To Buy...

Belgian Couple Arrested For Abandoning Baby At Airport After Failing To Buy Ticket For Him

According to Ryanair's website, passengers travelling with an infant can pay around £25 (a little more than R520) for a lap seat or the same price as an adult for a separate seat for the child.

Belgian Couple Arrested For Abandoning Baby At Airport After Failing To Buy Ticket For Him-SurgeZirc SA
Belgian Couple Arrested For Abandoning Baby At Airport After Failing To Buy Ticket For Him

A Belgian couple was forced to abandon their baby at an airport check-in desk in Tel Aviv, Israel, after arriving without a ticket for the child.

According to CNN, the couple was checking in for a Ryanair flight with their baby from Ben Gurion International Airport in Israel to Brussels, Belgium, when it was discovered that the infant did not have a ticket.

- Advertisement -

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Philippines Grants US More Access To Military Bases Amid China Tensions

They simply left the baby in a pram at the check-in desk and proceeded to the security terminal after realising they needed to purchase a separate ticket for the baby.

According to Ryanair’s website, passengers travelling with an infant can pay around £25 (a little more than R520) for a lap seat or the same price as an adult for a separate seat for the child.

A Ryanair spokesperson told CNN that the matter had been handed over to police.

The lone pram caught airport staff off guard, according to a video posted by the Daily Mail.

One of the workers lifted a blanket to reveal the abandoned child beneath.

- Advertisement -

Staff at the security check-in refused to let the couple through and forced them to return to collect the infant before calling the police, who descended on Terminal 1 and promptly arrested them.

According to Ryanair’s website, passengers travelling with an infant can pay around £25 (a little more than R520) for a lap seat or the same price as an adult for a separate seat for the child.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: SA Tourism Says It Conditionally Approved R1bn Deal To Sponsor Tottenham Hotspur

A Ryanair spokesperson told CNN that the matter had been handed over to police.

The lone pram caught airport staff off guard, according to a video posted by the Daily Mail. One of the workers lifted a blanket to reveal the abandoned child beneath.

Staff at the security check-in refused to let the couple through and forced them to return to collect the infant before calling the police, who descended on Terminal 1 and promptly arrested them.

- Advertisement -
RELATED ARTICLES
0 0 votes
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
- Advertisment -

Just Dropped

0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x