Ryanair To Offer Adult Nappies To Passengers Concerned About Using Toilet

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Ryanair has said they will offer adult nappies to passengers who feel uncomfortable using the toilet on their planes due to concerns about Covid-19. The budget airline announced the plans this morning and straight talking Chief Executive Michael O’Leary explained that customers will have the option of adding a nappy when booking their flight.

“Some people will always find something to moan about and the latest one seems to be sharing the toilet on planes. Well now you don’t have to. For just €30 you can relieve yourself as often as you like without ever leaving your seat. Some of you will no doubt find this all a bit tasteless and disgusting but frankly I don’t see the problem. There’s no need to be embarrassed. You spent your first few years sitting in your own pee pee and poo poo until someone changed your nappy and lots of you will end up doing it again in your last few years.”

We put it to Mr. O’Leary that for anyone reluctant to fly during the pandemic due to the toilet situation, this is hardly an acceptable alternative. Surely he doesn’t expect many people to change their mind and wear a nappy.

“Excuse my French for a moment but just ask yourself one question. Is it worth spending a couple of hours sitting in you own shite if you get to go on a nice holiday? I think we can all agree the answer is yes.”