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RyanAir, a low cost Ireland base

RyanAir, a low cost Ireland based airline, notorious for charging for anything they can, was rumoured to be thinking of installing pay toilets on their planes. They denied it but we conspiracy threorists feel they may have been just grabbing more publicity. Damn – they did it again.

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