holiday" plans were thrown into disarray after he was thrown into a cell Croatia for boarding his flight using his stepdaughter's passport accidentally.David Chadwick, 57, was looking forward to a nice break away when he boarded a Ryanair flight from Manchester to Croatia for a five-night holiday with his wife Alison, 46.However, when border guards stopped him after landing at Zagreb Airport, David made the shocking discovery that he had brought his 21-year-old stepdaughter's passport by mistake.The dad has slammed Ryanair - who admit they incorrectly allowed him on board - after he requested help from his cell, saying he hasn't heard from the airline since finally returning home on April 28.Senior international clinical manager David, who lives in England with his wife Alison and stepdaughter Katherine, said: "I was simply gutted and embarrassed at the same time."I pride myself in never having the wrong things in hand luggage and always having the correct documentation, so I couldn't believe it had happened.
I think our faces said it all."I accept it's half my fault for picking up the wrong passport, but you'd think that post 9/11, I wouldn't have been able to board a plane with a female name and photo of my daughter on!"When I finally got back to the UK, the border force at Manchester Airport couldn't believe I got to Croatia with the wrong passport.Read more on dailystar.co.uk