Hero takes the step of paying the ‘ridiculous’ Ryanair luggage fee for the stressed mam

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The footage revealed that a Ryanair passenger had taken steps to pay luggage fees for the mother-of-three, including an oversized bag.

The man offered to pay a ড 50 bill to keep his bag, while staff thought it was too big for the cabin, as passengers were preparing to board a flight from Ibiza to Stansted.

The other passenger got up at the desk to see the mother’s pain and filmed the moment.

Mom, who gave her name only as Stephanie, told MailOnline that she was first told by airport staff that she did not need to check the bag – later told that it was too large.

He said: ‘The plane was half full so I don’t understand why they couldn’t hold my bag.’

‘I was told I had to pay on the card but I only had cash, so it was impossible to pay. I don’t travel very much and it’s been a long time since I got on the plane, as well as with everything that’s going on you can see in the video that I’m quite worried.

The footage shows the man walking back to Stephanie before saying: ‘It’s okay, okay. Don’t worry I’ll pay for you. ‘

The mother of three, who lives in Ibiza and came to the UK on October 1 to visit the family, added that she had tried to contact the man but was told she wanted to remain anonymous.

A fellow passenger praised the good Samaritan as a ‘great kid’ who ‘acted respectfully’ (Photo: Twitter)

‘If it weren’t for that, I wouldn’t be able to take my kids for the weekend. Once we got on the plane he came back a few rows from me and I wanted to go and give him a hug, but I couldn’t because of Kovid. ‘

“I just wanted to chat with him because I don’t think he understood that it was a great gesture and what it meant to me.”

The passenger who posted the footage on social media said: ‘This young hero has done well to charge the ridiculous Ryanair luggage charge for an embarrassed mother who is traveling with three children (who have not received any lenses from the ground staff).

“The flight from Ibiza to Stansted was half empty, not sure what the difference would be from a few cm.”

‘Isn’t he a great kid? Although he has no idea who he is, he has maintained himself and acted respectfully and discreetly without any fuss. ‘

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