Playboy covergirl Rosanna Davison checked in by Ryanair’s Michael O’ Leary a year after suing him
Former Miss World is “Lady in Red” after being checked in by airport boss
After posing nude for the October edition of Playboy magazine, many may have thought that former Miss World Rosanna Davison does not get fazed too easily. The socialite proved otherwise today however after being personally checked in for a flight by Ryanair boss Michael O’ Leary at Dublin Airport.
The daughter of singer Chris De Burgh sued the airline over a year ago for €80,000 over defaming her in a press release. The beauty felt the heat after coming face to face with the boss tweeting “Ha! Just boarding a Ryanair flight and Michael O’ Leary was personally checking tickets. #Awks.”
The star claimed that the two did not repair their fractured relationship and did not even speak upon meeting, reported the Herald.
‘We didn’t exchange words, but he checked my ticket. I got a surprise and was trying to keep a low profile.’
According to the Irish Independent, this is only the second time that she has flown with Ryanair after the much publicized court case.
‘I think I’ve flown with them once since the court case last year. I needed to get to Gatwick and the timings just suited-funny.’
Davison’s troubles with the airline and O’Leary began after she commented on the lack of Irish girls in a saucy calendar released by the airline. When Ryanair said her comments were bordering on racism, Davison took action and successfully sued the airport chief for €80,000.
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