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Article from BTNews 19 JULY 2010

HAPPY TALK: O'Leary eats humble pie

We thought it would never happen but that exuberant Irishman Michael O’Leary has had to eat humble pie.  Even he, a man never usually lost for words, was restrained when trying to respond to a question by a BBC reporter, “Mr O’Leary the judgement was quite clear, you are required to apologise unreservedly to Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, have you done so!”  


“Yes,” said the Dubliner.


Stelios was more forthcoming, “I would like to dedicate this little victory to all those members of the travelling public who have suffered verbal abuse and hidden extras at the hands of O’Leary.”


Michael O’Leary and Ryanair will be taking care of all legal costs, and Sir Stelios is donating his £50,000 damages to a charity.

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