Millionaire, 56, who said he deserved more courtesy because hes RICH ordered to give apology� Dail


Millionaire, 56, who said he deserved more courtesy because hes RICH ordered to give apology  Dail Published: 10:42 BST, 12 April 2019 | Updated: 11:43 BST, 12 April 2019 Neil Grinnall, of Sandbanks, Poole, Dorset, saw red when told his hand luggage was too heavy and he would have to remove items to be allowed on a flight to Spain A millionaire property developer said he deserved more courtesy because he was rich after he launched a foul mouthed tirade at airport check in staff, a court heard. Neil Grinnall, of Sandbanks, Poole, Dorset, saw red when told his hand luggage was too heavy and he would have to remove items to be allowed on a flight to . The jet setting businessman began to shout and swear at Catia Figueira and Michelle Gillingham, calling them both f asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk g fat b asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk s. He also yelled this is f asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk g ridiculous and told staff he wouldnt fly from the airport again. The 56 year old, who is a friend and neighbour of celebrity interior designer Celia Sawyer, was arrested by police at Bournemouth Airport while his wife Joanne looked on. When interviewed Grinnall told police that he was a rich man, had paid more money for his seat and had expected more courtesy. The court heard he later offered to pay Miss Figueria and Mrs Gillingham compensation to avoid the case going to court. But he was charged for using threatening or abusive words towards the staff which he admitted when he appeared at Poole Magistrates Court yesterday. He was fined £2,500 and ordered to pay £200 compensation to each of his victims. It is not the first time Grinnalls temper had landed him in trouble. In 2017 it was reported he received a police caution after he was filmed launching a stool across a bar after sharing champagne with TV star Sawyer and her husband. He was arrested for the incident, which took place at Rick Steins luxury Sandbanks restaurant, but the matter didnt go to court. Kingsleigh Viollet, prosecuting, told magistrates that Grinnall was hoping to catch a Ryanair flight to Malaga on the morning of May 23, 2018, when he kicked off. He said: He had been told his hand luggage was overweight and had lost his temper and started shouting. He shouted things like this is f asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk g ridiculous” and called both of them f asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk g fat b asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk s”. Kingsleigh Viollet, prosecuting, told magistrates that Grinnall was hoping to catch a Ryanair flight to Malaga on the morning of May 23, 2018, when he kicked off He was charged for using threatening or abusive words towards the staff which he admitted when he appeared at Poole Magistrates Court yesterday In 2017 it was reported he received a police caution after he was filmed launching a stool across a bar after sharing champagne with TV star Celia Sawyer and her husband These women were just doing their job and they were understandably petrified. He added: In his interview with the police Mr Grinnall basically said I am a rich man and believed that by paying more for his seat he deserved more courtesy. Despite missing his original flight Grinnall managed to fly to Spain and uploaded a picture of himself in Marbella four days later. The globe trotter has also posted from Cannes, Monaco and Miami this year alone. Pictured: Property mogul Neil Grinnall was previously arrested after throwing a stall at a top Bournemouth restaurant  Magistrates were told Grinnall had flown back from another holiday in Spain specifically for the court hearing. The defendant wore a navy blazer in court and was accompanied by his wife. Thomas Evans, mitigating, argued that Grinnall felt genuine remorse for the incident and had offered to give the women a face to face apology. Mr Evans said: The officer in the case said he did show remorse and would like the chance to apologise for his actions face to face. Magistrates also instructed Grinnall to pay £310 in court costs and a further £170 victim surcharge.  The comments below have not been moderated. By posting your comment you agree to our . Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline? Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual. Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline? 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