A DRUNKEN yob was detained by in Turkey after a riot on a plane from Glasgow.

He was part of a group which flew out from Glasgow Airport to Dalaman last Monday.

Airline bosses said their behaviour was so bad the crew were forced to call the police prior to landing.

Jet2.com said the two men and woman went on a rampage, which included stripping, making vulgar sexual gestures and spitting at cabin crew.

All three passengers were caught drinking banned alcohol and were consequently refused drinks from the bar for the rest of the flight.

One of the men sang loudly and danced down the aisle, stripped off his t-shirt, and thrust himself at a member of the cabin crew, in full view of families and young children.

When asked to sit down, he spat in the face of an air hostess and continued his torrent of verbal and threatening abuse.

The trio are also accused of refusing to hand over e-cigarettes and one of the group was allegedly spotted stealing wine from the bar.

During descent, he refused to wear his seatbelt, remove his earphones, and turn off his mobile phone.

The trio were marched off the aircraft by the Captain and handed over to Turkish police.

Airline bosses said the Turkish police officers were also spat at.

All three were held in Turkish cells whilst reports were concluded.

Jet2.com bosses said they will be pursuing further action with the Turkish authorities and have also reported the incident to Police Scotland.

Phil Ward, Managing Director of Jet2.com, said: "Aggressive behaviour will simply not be tolerated.

"Families and friends travelling on any airline should have an enjoyable time from the moment they step on to the aircraft.

"They should not have to experience aggressive behaviour, nor should our dedicated cabin crew.

"These are clear examples, indeed some of the worst I have come across, of why we need a national shared database of passengers that have been banned for disruptive behaviour for the airlines to tackle the growing problem together."

Both male passengers issued with lifetime bans from travelling with the airline.

The female passenger was given a six month ban and all three were denied access onto their return flight.

Meanwhile, footage has emerged of passengers kick-starting their Ibiza holiday with an impromptu “rave” on the flight from Glasgow Airport to the party island.

The Facebook video, titled ‘Being oot yer nut at T in the Park’, shows passengers singing along to club anthems blasted out on handheld music devices, while the cabin crew are heard pleading with holidaymakers not to swear in front of children.

The incident is believed to have taken place on a Jet2 flight, but it is unclear when it was filmed.

The airline advises passengers bound for Ibiza at Glasgow Airport that antisocial behaviour will not be tolerated.

However, it comes days after the budget carrier’s Glasgow-Ibiza flight hit the headlines over 21-year-old Glasgow passenger, Jamie Ferguson, who Jet2 has banned from their flights for life over his drunk and aggressive behaviour on board an outbound service earlier this month.