The headline used by every single article relating to this story in the UK today.
With the entire country on some form of security level not seen since the World War 2 and armed forces on the streets of London a young boy manages to run away from home, go to an airport and get on a plane to Rome. No passport, no ticket, no boarding pass, no adult and yet he got through all the security measures in place and get on the plane. Showing a lack of counting ability the on board staff didn't realise there was one too many people on board, and it was other passengers who apparently alerted the staff that something wasn't quite right.
The boy, now back home, had a pretty good adventure there really.
From a funny "and finally" story at 6 AM this is now the lead story all over the news, no end of people will lose their jobs over this, and the future of Jet2 must be in doubt as well.
Twenty years ago this would have been an hilarious story and the boy would be on the news saying how he wanted to be a pilot when he grows up, now it is a witch hunt to find people to blame, funny how times change.