Singer Kyle Falconer left penniless after £25,000 bill for homophobic air rage outburst

The View frontman Kyle Falconer has been left penniless after being hit with a £25,000 bill for an air rage incident last year.

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Despite scoring a number one album with the band’s debut, Hats of to the Buskers, in 2007, members of the singer’s family have had to help him pay the bill to airline Jet 2.

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The singer squared up to a fellow passenger and made homophobic remarks to a male flight attendant on the flight from Reus Airport near Barcelona to Glasgow Airport.

The 30-year-old lost his temper after being made to sit apart from his fiancee Laura Wylde, in the rage he called one of the male crew cabin members “a p**f”

Defence solicitor Ian Houston said The View made little money from their successes and the whole air rage affair had cost Falconer £25,000, reports.

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