Legal action against Ryanair

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I'm sorry but I've never heard of any airline being sued for following standard procedure or am I missing something? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-26756468
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Sounds about par for the course these days. I expect a bunch of "No win No fee" solicitors are at the heart of this ?
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I sent a rather sarcastic message to one of the local news hacks via Twitter a few days ago; I believe I used the word "sensationalist" and the phrase "slow news day". What followed was a rather amusing (to me) exchange via Direct Messaging with said news hack, the latter desperately trying to justify the news coverage.

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Sure next time Ryanair can stay up there till the passengers pay the additional £5 descent supplement.

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Ryanair is always going to be fodder for this sort of thing. It has sort of set itself up to become so.