READ MORE: Expert says passengers should always order one particular drink during flights After this first happened in July 2020, the then 29-year-old was ordered to do 80 hours of unpaid work after she admitted to entering an aircraft when drunk.
She recently had a work hearing by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons disciplinary committee. Despite ‘disgraceful conduct’, the body has rules that she should not be struck off or suspended, reports Manchester Evening News.The committee heard Ms Heyes was described by a fellow passenger as 'bordering on manic' and had to be restrained by her friends.
Ms Heyes had also been travelling with a three-year-old child who she shouted and swore at 'aggressively,' causing the child to become upset and cry.The hearing was told she had only 'one pint of lager' before boarding the flight for the all-girls trip.
Ms Heyes said that while on the flight to Antalya she drank some vodka that had been poured into a cup for her by a friend.The crew also found a 'full size' empty bottle of vodka near the veterinary nurse's feet.Read more on dailystar.co.uk