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A young girl who lost her purse on a Ryanair flight, was shocked when she was forced to pay €10 for its return.

Emma Lally, nine, misplaced her purse while buying presents on a flight home to Dublin from Spain.

Although her father Sean Lally was able to track down the purse after a series of phone calls to Dublin Airport, Emma was left in tears after being told she must pay €10 (£8.50) to reclaim it.
Ryanair uses lost property provider Greencap, which charges a €10 administrative fee.
Dublin Airport Authority charges €6 to reclaim lost items.

Mr Lally was grateful that Ryanair staff had handed in his daughter's purse but is still fuming over the charge, particularly when it involved a child.

'I was a bit annoyed that I had to pay back money for something that was ours,' Mr Lally told the Belfast Telegraph.
I was delighted to get it back, but she's only a child.'

I wonder whats next for Ryanair, maybe digging up some corpses from the local graveyard to rip out the gold teeth? Maybe employing some pikey pick pockets to lift the goods out of passengers pockets whilst on the flight?

Thankfully I have never flown Ryanair an if this how they treat the young ones, then I never will. I can easily imagine them as the sort of fuckers who should an ill customer need use of a defribillator on board on of their flights, they would bill them for the cost of the electric involved.

Cuntitude an attitde that Ryanair have in spades.

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