The group of 25 were removed by police. Getty Images

A stag party, travelling on their way back to Glasgow from Prague, were removed from a Jet2 flight by police after staff reported their "abusive" behaviour. The crew at Prague International Airport called police in order to remove the group of 25 men from the plane, after staff attempted to stop the party from boarding.

The men, who were in Prague for a stag party, were later allowed on to a flight to Newcastle. They then had to take the bus from Newcastle back to Glasgow.

Other passengers on the flight were delayed for around two hours.

A Jet2 spokesperson said: "The decision was made to off-load the rowdy group as they were boarding, due to their offensive attitude and continued use of foul and abusive language."

"Police were called to escort the party off the aircraft after some of the men reportedly became abusive and intimidating towards our cabin crew."