A SELFISH holidaymaker has sparked FURY after he pretended to need a wheelchair to jump massive airport queues.
Writing online, hy het gesê: “When we arrived at the airport the queue was out of the door and we knew we would have missed our flight.
“I’d say around a two hour wait to get through security and check in at least. The queue outside of the airport was insane, I didn’t expect it at all.
“I saw people in wheelchairs being pushed through so my friend waited in the queue and I went outside and took off my shoe and sock.”
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He then limped back into the airport, attracting the attention of staff who quickly asked if he needed help.
Wolf added: I said I had twisted my ankle at the hotel just before getting into my taxi.
“I was then ushered through security and to check in immediately and they asked me if I had a fit to fly form but I said I have only just done it and that I could walk if necessary.
“But they said not to worry about it and let me through.”
To add insult to injury to other travellers, Wolf then claimed his pals were given whole row of six seats to sit with each other.
And he admitted: “It was all just a way to get through and make sure we didn’t miss our flight.”
But other travellers were less than impressed with his antics.
Some commenters branded the Brit a “p****”, a “d*** head” en a “t*** pot”.
Die video – where Wolf is seen chuckling with his pals – rapidly went viral with over a million views, 99.4K likes and 741 kommentaar lewer.
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At one point Wolf wrote “Wheelchair only, thanks so much” as he was rolled through a reserved line of security checks.
While waiting to board, he even poured himself a “cheeky bevvy” of sprite and a mini bar liquor.
And as the video ends, the traveller is seen spinning and pedalling himself round in the wheelchair at Bristol airport, before putting his shoes on and walking away laughing.
Among the TikTok’s hundreds of comments, some viewers were appalled by Wolf’s deception.
Een het gesê, “Sjoe, new low…” with a shocked face emoji, and another simply wrote “miserable”.
Sjoe, new low…
A TikToker even commented: “It just makes me so angry when I see p***** like him abusing the system.
“It’s a limited service and takes it from someone genuinely needing help through.”
Ek het besluit ek sal doen wat jy ook al vir my sê om te doen, “Two words, even his mate said “d*** head”, and a third added, “What a t*** pot”.
One TikTok user said: “Nah I also don’t agree with this when there are genuine people who need that service.
“I have a parent who relies on those services, it’s disgusting to see people making a mockery of it when staff are being wasted on this person.
“Someone who actually needs it could be left to one side or have to try and manage because there aren’t any wheelchairs available.”
'N Ander het ingestem: “This really isn’t funny, there are some of us that really actually need this!!!”
One mum said: “Imagine pretending to need a wheelchair.
“My son actually needs a wheelchair and it’s not something anybody should be pretending about.”
Nog een het bygevoeg: “For everyone saying it’s good I’m a wheelchair user and it’s humiliating being pushed up the aisle of a plane when people are seated.
“Even though I see the funny side.”
Some commented how Wolf hardly gained anything as the flight still left at the same time and he had to wait to be let off the plane last.
Yet not everyone was as outraged however and wanted to try the trick for themselves.
It’s really s***y and dishonest to fake an injury.
Een het geskryf: “It’s really s***y and dishonest to fake an injury. But I have taken notes will also be trying this next I fly.”
'N Ander het gesê, “Get your money’s worth lad!”, while someone else wrote: “Definitely using this trick.”
Other supportive comments included: “Work smart not hard”; “Absolute legend”; “Well played sir, well played”.
The Brit’s short cut through the airport comes after horrific delays across UK airports – and Wolf isn’t the only one whose tried to pull of this trick.
In fact there has been a 20 per cent rise in people asking for assistance at Brimingham airport as passengers pretend to be disabled to skip humungous queues.
Chiefs have even had to buy more wheelchairs in and take on extra staff to help, die Daily Mail berigte.
Een travel industry insider, who joined a meeting with Transport Secretary Grant Shapps this week, has blasted the alleged crooks behind the mean scheme.
The leak told the paper: “If people are pretending it’s potentially stopping genuinely disabled people from getting a place, and that’s pretty grim.
“You can’t just say to people, 'Geen, you’re lying’.”
Another industry boss said: “There should be a special place reserved in hell for people who pretend to be disabled.”
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All passengers with disabilities can skip queues at security.
They can also use fast track lanes and access help to get through customs and baggage – for a fee.