Nathan and Jemma Hooper with their four children and Jemma's mum Theresa Lawrence, from Stroud, returned to Bristol Airport from Malaga. Passengers on an easyJet flight were horrified when the pilot asked them to VOTE on whether to take off - as there was a "50/50 chance" of both engines working. See SWNS story SWFLIGHT. Exhausted tourists waiting to leave Malaga, Spain, on a flight back to Bristol were subjected to a 40 hour delay - and when they finally boarded the plane they were told there was a high chance only one engine would be working. Fed up Brits had appointed a 'spokesman' to voice their complaints to the company - but the man was so horrified by the pilots request that he vomited in shock. The tourists were supposed to fly home on Thursday but finally boarded a plane on Saturday in a state of relief - until the pilot told them he could not start one of the engines. Still at the boarding gate, the pilot came out of the cockpit to explain the situation - and asked for a show of hands of who wanted to make an attempt to fly back.