Passengers on board a Ryanair flight have been filmed vomiting, crying and praying as the plane was battered by turbulence during Storm Dennis.
The flight from Ouijda, Morocco to Brussels, Belgium travelled through the storm – which has caused chaos across the UK – over the weekend.
In the clip, the sound of a passenger retching can be heard while other people start praying.
Some can be seen grabbing onto the seats in front to keep them in position.
And one woman is heard apparently crying as the plane continues to get rocked.
Eventually, the plane appears to pull through the bad turbulence and applause rings out.
The plane eventually landed in Charleroi Airport in Belgium.
Storm Dennis has already caused widespread flooding in parts of England, with towns left underwater.
The Met Office has warned of a fresh deluge of rain hitting today, saying: “Further rain will arrive on Wednesday evening and this is likely to become prolonged and possibly heavy over areas of high ground.
“Rain will be persistent and heavy at times in Wales and north- England on Wednesday and a further front will move through on Thursday bringing heavy downpours.”
It comes after a lighthouse was filmed apparently swaying in the strong winds caused by the storm.
And a photographer captured the incredible moment a wave formed into a “witch’s face”.
The Fire Brigades Union has slammed the government for years of cuts that have left services unable to deal with the storm havoc.
FBU general secretary Matt Wrack said: “Firefighters are facing a battering from the weather, but years of relentless cuts have undermined our ability to handle major weather events like Storm Ciara and Storm Dennis.
“Climate change is only going to make things worse, but funding for those on the frontline has been slashed.”