Lifetime ban for Northern Irish Stena Line passenger after brawl
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Lifetime ban for Northern Irish Stena Line passenger after brawl

A NORTHERN Irishman has been given a lifetime ban from Stena Line ferries after a brawl broke out on a service from Dublin to Holyhead.

A 25-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of criminal damage after the ferry docked in Anglesey, North Wales on Tuesday, October 27.

He has been bailed pending further investigations.

The fight between the passengers occurred at the bar on board the ferry, which had departed Dublin Port at 8.40pm.

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A witness told the Daily Post that a drunk man broke a till and then started throwing plates and glasses around the bar before another man challenged him and a fight broke out.

Police arrested the man once the boat docked at Holyhead at 12.10am.

Stena Line confirmed the ban was enforced after an incident involving two passengers.