More and more people are being arrested for drunk behavior on airplanes. The numbers were looked into about arrests in the U.K., and the BBC found that the spike is around 50 percent from the year prior.
The report found that between February 2016 and February 2017 there were 387 drunk arrests on British airlines. Some airlines have actually considered making changes to help cut down on the issue.
RyanAir is asking airports to stop serving alcohol before 10 AM, and also limit the number of drinks that are sold per boarding pass. The issue, of course, extends to other countries outside of the U.K. as well. Southwest airlines have explained that they train their flight attendants to notice drunkness and that they can actually refuse to let someone on the plane if they appear drunk. They can also stop serving people at any time like a bartender can.