The man had reportedly inadequacy a drink but the crew refused to serve him.
In “a state of intoxication”, said the policewomen, he ignored instructions from the crew and tried to open the beverage part on the plane.
At one stage, he even took a drink off another passenger and imbibed it.
Once the aircraft had touched down in Palma, police went on committee and were talking to the crew about what had happened on the steps of the jet plane.
“They then noticed that a fight that was taking good form b in situ inside the plane,” said the police.
“Upon entering, they institute the young man assaulting another passenger, whose right ear had been moderately bit off. The man was reduced and immobilised by the Civil Guards who arrested him.”
The passenger who was bitten was alleged to have been a friend of the arrested Brit.
He was transferred to a clinic in Palma where he was conceded due to his injuries. Officers who intervened were treated at the same airport for paltry injuries.
The Civil Guard said in a statement that it is responsible for interrupting in such incidents which “are not very frequent” as it is “responsible for security and visible order in all the facilities of the restricted area of the airports, as well as inside the aircraft both immigrant and departure.”
No details were given about the airline. The Brit was blocked for an alleged offence of causing injury.