Indeed, I have ia view of the incident itself, and i believe the case should be closed. And, again, I am saying that as a person belonging to a group that sees a lot of hate crime.
I also have a view of how the crew handled the situation, and I think they handled it correctly by referring it to authorities upon arrival, thereby focusing on the 178 other passengers.
Thirdly, I have the view that public shaming is circumventing the legal system, a return to the Middle Ages and a likely breach of EU GDPR.
And finally my principal view is that it has nothing to do with Ryanair and shaming the airline is wrong.
The crew did not handle the incident correctly. It should have been reported to the Spanish police, as it happened on Spanish ground. The UK police has about nothing to do with it. That guy should have been booted of the plain there and than and put in the hands of the Spanish police.
But the main point is, the crew has the responsibility of protecting one passenger from the aggression of another passenger and they failed miserably. Passengers should not need to be defended by other passengers.
Proper public shaming of this guy is in order. I hope he has difficulties of showing his face.
I have to say that one can not make Donald responsible for this guy, I assume he is not a citizen of the USA. But there are Donald's friends in the UK, the right wing haters and brexitiers in the UK. Brexitiers seem to not understand why this "inferior foreign scum of black and brown people" have not disappeared overnight when they voted out of the EU.
The number of hate crimes are up in the UK and the hammer used on those people is not big enough.