Mother involved in Ryanair romp 'was egged on' by the man's friends

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Friends of the man filmed reportedly getting it on with a woman on a Ryanair flight apparently egged her on to give him a lap dance.

Friends of the mum-of-three that was filmed reportedly having sex on a Ryanair flight with a man on a buck's party has revealed she was asked to give the man a lap dance by his friends. The reason? Because he was sad to leave his pregnant fiancee behind. 

The video of the romp that took place on a flight from Manchester to Ibiza went viral last week with the woman being named as Tracey Bolton, 39, who insists the pair only simulated sex.

Tracey's friend Kirsty Lawton set the story straight with The Sun:

“It shows how the internet can almost wreck your life for a four-minute drunken laugh. His mates egged her on to tease him because he didn’t want to leave his girl. The story had to be set straight. It’s crazy. Tracey is one of the most strait-laced women I know.”

According to other passengers, Tracey had taken off her pants and was gyrating on Shaun Edmondson after he was heard asking for a condom. 

Tracey Bolton

It is believed that Shaun and his soon-to-be wife Jenna Ross have fled to London to escape the press. 

Meanwhile, Tracey's boyfriend Nick McGarry has said:

“She’s made me look a bit of a d*** but I know she was only messing about.”

Tracey had previously taken to social media to defend herself, but later deleted her Facebook account. She wrote:

“I am absolutely mortified. What started as a bit of drunken madness has gone worldwide. I am horrified but absolutely nothing happened... I haven’t stopped crying since I saw it. I am so embarrassed!”

Another of Tracey's friends told the publication:

“She has gone into hiding as she is getting all sorts of accusations thrown at her... She insists she wasn’t having sex with the guy, but admits it looks bad.”

Shaun Edmonson

Kirsty added:

“Nothing really happened. She did a fully clothed lapdance for a laugh, no sexy time occurred. The pair of them were being daft and it was all for a laugh. They didn’t know one another, as if you would do that with anyone let alone a stranger.”

After the video started going viral, Ryanair said: “We are looking into this matter.

“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.”

Images: Via Facebook

Written By Marni Dixit
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