A Londonderry woman has been warned she faces a prison sentence after an air rage incident over a face mask.
Sarah McGuire, 39, was due to go on trial at Antrim Magistrates Court, but following last minute discussions between the defence and prosecution, she confessed to all but two of the charges against her.
At an earlier hearing Ms. McGuire admitted using disorderly behaviour at Belfast International Airport arising from the same incident.
It is understood the charges follow an incident on a Belfast to Edinburgh easyJet flight which led to Ms. McGuire being escorted off.
Video footage, recorded by a fellow passenger, shows Ms. McGuire being escorted off the plane while not wearing a mask.
She repeatedly coughs and shouts out: “Everybody dies, you know that? If it’s from corona or not, everybody dies.”
It has been confirmed that Ms. McGuire is in breach of a previously suspended jail sentence for offences of assaulting police and causing criminal damage, and that “she has been fully advised that, clearly, her liberty is very much in doubt”.