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A man who traveled with Jet2 in October has been fined 670 pounds ($880) for allegedly threatening to injure, and also urinate on, the cabin crew who requested he wear a mask during his flight.

Christopher Tooth, 57, appeared in Manchester Magistrates Court to plead guilty to charges stemming from the Oct. 23 incident, which took place aboard a Jet2 flight from Cyprus to Manchester, per the .

During the flight, Tooth, who was travelling with his 34-year-old son Matthew, reportedly became abusive toward staff after his son was accused of eating one of the crew member’s meals. Both Tooth and his son were said to have followed the crew into the galley where they became “abusive and aggressive,” but eventually sat back down.

Upon reaching their seats, however, Matthew was reminded to wear a face covering, at which point Tooth reportedly became very angry with a fellow passenger, coming only “inches” from the traveler’s face.

A prosecutor told the Manchester Magistrates Court that Christopher Tooth, 57, had first threatened to urinate on a crew member before leaving his seat and urinating on the door of a restroom.

A prosecutor told the Manchester Magistrates Court that Christopher Tooth, 57, had first threatened to urinate on a crew member before leaving his seat and urinating on the door of a restroom.

A cabin manager intervened to hold Tooth back, the Manchester Evening News reported, at which point Tooth allegedly threatened the manager by telling him he’d “f—ing drag you off this plane.”

Then, when the plane landed, Tooth reportedly would not remain in his seat — claiming he wanted to use the plane’s restroom — and responded to a flight attendant by asking, “Shall I p— on you then, w—er?”

“Once the plane came to a standstill, he made his way to the rear of the aircraft to go to the toilet, which was locked. He broke the handle into the toilet and urinated with the door open in view of the female crew member,” a prosecutor told the court, adding that Tooth also urinated in his seat.

Tooth and his son Matthew (not pictured) reportedly followed crew members to the galley at one point, where they became "abusive and aggressive."

Tooth and his son Matthew (not pictured) reportedly followed crew members to the galley at one point, where they became "abusive and aggressive." (iStock)

At the Magistrates Court, Tooth admitted to being drunk when he boarded the Oct. 23 flight.

Tooth’s lawyer told the court that Tooth regretted his actions, and wished to apologize to both the police and the flight crew for “having to deal with him.”

The judge sentenced Tooth to pay 670 pounds ($880) in fines, along with additional court costs and a victim surcharge, the Manchester Evening News reported.

Tooth’s son Matthew, meanwhile, was also due in court that day, but failed to appear. A warrant was issued for his arrest.

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As strange as it sounds, Tooth’s behavior marks the second recent incident of a plane passenger allegedly peeing in a non-restroom area. Also in October, a Delta passenger claimed she was awoken on a red-eye flight to a man urinating on her. Police later as a pastor from North Carolina.