This belief seemed to spread in April 2011 via twitter.
Due to Ryanair's reputation as being overly greedy at the cost of the consumer, I think many people have simply assumed that this claim was true.
It does not appear that it has been looked into too conclusively, but the investigations that have been done indicate that the claim is not true.
The questions precisely lay out the legal objections to getting a United States visa.
As was said in the comments, it's most likely a method for refusing/deporting people if they have lied on their visa applications without having a major court case. In general, the punishment for lying to a United States official about citizenship can be greater than the ...
Here is an article From December 2016 citing $96m as President Obama's travel expenses over 8 years.
Found here Watchdog: Obama's 'Vacation, Political Travel' Cost $100M Over 8 Years
Judicial Watch: New Obama Travel Costs Bring Eight-Year Total over $96 Million
Judicial Watch announced today that it has received new documents from both ...
Can anyone confirm if this actually takes place with RyanAir or with any other airlines?
An indirect answer, but yes, Delta Airlines admitted to having made a similar system, in error, for a period of 19 days, in April 2012, where customers that weren't logged in were offered cheaper flights:
In late April we began testing a new search functionality as ...
Anyone with $345 can make ice with holes in it with this Portable Commercial Ice Maker Under Counter Built-in Ice Maker Machine with Freezer (and this isn't even the cheapest one out there by a long shot). This appliance doesn't seem to have a filter (because none is advertised). Whether the ice is safe to have depends on whether or not what you pour in is ...
The French administration in charge of enforcing trade and advertisement regulations (DGCCRF) and the observatory of data privacy (CNIL) held an investigation on IP tracking on an unspecified set of vendors of train and flight tickets operating in France. Their conclusion was that they could not find any evidence that prices would rise when you check the ...
But many travelers (us included!) say it’s likely bunk — that you will find similar flight prices whether your browser is cleared of cookies or not. George Hobica, who founded the flight deals site Airefarewatchdog, says he’s “never seen any solid evidence“ of a cookie-price scheme system.
There's a largely undocumented - and lacking any detail - single claim from a biased group with an agenda.
Even if the claim were true (which, lacking detail or proof we can't prove), it seems misleading, as the arrest would have been for having prior outstanding arrest warrants.
Snopes article pretty much covers this in great detail: http://www....
My source (I don't know the original)
It would be impossible to urinate on the stone during the day, while the castle is open to the public, as it is always attended. There are usually plenty of people around, and certainly at least one, often two, attendants.
Even if you managed to find a time when it was unattended, or break in at night (which would be ...
No it is fake, as this website has already investigated this claim:
At the bottom it has a message from the Polish post office saying:
Z informacji otrzymanych w przedmiotowej sprawie z jednostki
odpowiedzialnej w Poczcie Polskiej S.A za kontakty z zagranicznymi
Administracjami Pocztowymi wynika, że w obrocie międzynarodowym nie są
znane przypadki ...
TL;DR: Yes, they work, but they aren't for sale, and they have competition.
The first question to address is whether the claims in the Daily Telegraph match the claims made by the actual researchers.
The research team being quoted is the Sleep Research Laboratory in the School of Psychology at Flinders University.
The team does indeed make such claims: