Updates on the story of a man who died after he continuously bit a passenger on board Aer Lingus Flight have emerged.
It’s being revealed newly that a number of ‘packages’ have been recovered from the man’s body. The Mirror discloses an autopsy on the 24-year-old Brazilian’s body has been completed and the packages were sent for forensic analysis.
The man had to be restrained after it was claimed he became ‘extremely violent’, before he fell unconscious and died.
John Leonard who was traveling on flight EI-485 from Lisbon to Dublin on Sunday when the Brazilian man took ill and allegedly bit another passenger said:
“He was actually on the ground shaking violently. The noise he was making was like something I have never heard before. It’s not something you’d hear everyday. It was like deep anguish is the best way I could describe it, very, very troubled. Not screaming in a sense, you know if you’d hurt yourself or something, just very guttural, from deep within him.”
Mr Leonard added that it was a “very violent end”.
“To die that way in the back of an aeroplane, it’s not right.”It was not very pleasant at all.”