In a shock expose by the BBC's "Watchdog" program last night, it was revealed that RyanAir is actually an airline.
The programme had sent reporter Leggy Broadbint, not so much undercover, as dressed in a Burka, to look into accusations from members of the public that RyanAir were flying passengers around the world.
What she found not only shocked her, but sent co-presenter Nicky "Souped-up" Campbell into a right old tizzy.
Leggy said: "We had assumed RyanAir were in business just and to get themselves in trouble with Advertising Standards for pure publicity purposes. We had absolutely no idea they were flying people not only around the globe, but even in aeroplanes.
"For example, they have had advertisements where a young woman in a school uniform, bares her midriff and flashes a smile, in an effort to lure Japanese air travelers to the "hottest back-to-school fares" with the potential to add another trophy to their lingerie collection. This was slammed by the ASA as the Japanese businessmen complained that the girls were far too old, some being even under 18.
"Another advertisement was promoting low air fares that simply weren't available, and Network Rail complained at the time that it was the sole job of their national train operators to offer a range of extremely confusing fare schedules with special offers that weren't available.
"A third advertisement angered the first couple of France, President Nicolas Sarkozy and his new wife, Carla, simply because they are French and like complaining about the British. It was pointed out that RyanAir is in fact Irish."
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