Man romping on flight allegedly cheating on pregnant fiancee
A MAN who was filmed apparently romping with a woman in front of horrified passengers on an international flight had a heavily pregnant wife-to-be at home.
Footage of Shaun Edmondson, 31, straddled by the mystery blonde during a Ryanair flight to Ibiza, went viral on Friday.
Onlookers assumed the pair were just a boozed-up couple but The Sun has revealed Mr Edmondson was on a stag trip with pals when his raunchy antics shocked onlookers.
Camera phone footage shot by fellow passengers show the mystery blonde, who was believed to be on a hen's trip, sitting on Mr Edmondson's lap and gyrating.
Wearing skimpy shorts, she holds his hands down by her side as she appears to kiss him on the neck and rocks backwards and forwards.
Some fellow passengers are seen laughing at the shameless display, which happened on a flight from Manchester.
Mr Edmondson, of Windermere, Cumbria, works as a sous chef in posh Lyth Valley Country Inn in Kendal, UK, which is owned by his family.
Pals say his fiancee Jenna, who was born in Canada and has been with Mr Edmondson for six years, is aware of the footage and is fuming at his behaviour.
His stepdad Graham Oliver, 52, said: "I've seen the video but I haven't spoken to Shaun about it yet.
"I haven't a clue whether he's in trouble over it or not."
Describing the scene, fellow passenger Kieran Williams, 21, from Preston, Lancashire, previously said: "I heard them talking about it but I thought they were joking. The guy was shouting, 'Anyone got a jelly?'
"We all laughed but then 10 minutes later they actually did it. They seemed so drunk, they brought a lot of attention to themselves.
"You could see the girl taking off her pants and he pulled his trousers off. She started riding him.
"I had to get my phone out. I have never seen anything like that."
A female passenger who was sitting next to the couple asked to be moved as she was so uncomfortable with their behaviour.
But Mr Williams claimed the crew did not intervene to stop the couple or even reprimand them.
"A woman was sat next to them and she stood up and asked if she could be moved," he said.
"About 20 minutes after it happened, someone complained about it. But the crew did nothing.
"They were starting and stopping but it was completely obvious what was going on. We all had a good laugh about it. It was pretty funny."
Ryanair released a statement after the footage went viral.
"We are looking into this matter," the carrier said.
"We will not tolerate unruly, disruptive or inappropriate behaviour at any time and any passengers who appear to behave in an unacceptable manner may be liable for further sanctions."
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