The flight took off before cabin crew admitted to the passengers that the handling agents had failed restock the bathrooms.
The warning provoked a mild panic throughout the airborne plane.
In additional to lacking adequate toilet paper, the flight also had no milk to offer to patrons for coffee or other beverages.
A Ryanair spokesperson issued a statement saying: “This very rare and regrettable stock shortage as caused by the failure of our handling agents in Murcia to deliver toilet rolls and milk sachets that had been ordered on the turnaround in Murcia.”
The low cost airline was voted as the second from bottom “worst brands in the world” last year by marketing consultancy Siegel+Gale’s simplicity index.
But, that was actually an improvement for the airline.
In their rating, Siegel+Gale wrote: ‘What can we say about Irish budget airline Ryanair that hasn’t been said before? Despite the company’s promise for a renewed focus on the customer experience, it’s still a bumpy and complicated ride for passengers. “Complex booking with all the onus on the passenger,’ says one respondent. ‘Irritating and generally misleading,’ says another.”