Here’s an odd one: A passenger on Ryanair has accused the airline of making an error that lead (somehow) to Italian police arresting her as a baby smuggler. The short version: a British woman was bringing her newborn to Italy to be christened. Ryanair told her the baby did not need a passport. Not true, it turns out, and the woman found that out the hard way. The hard way being when Italian police interrogated her and accused her of trying to sell her daughter. Which is not what she was doing.
To add insult to injury (as they say), she was held by British authorities on her return to England and accused (once again) of being a baby smuggler. (If this all sounds confusing, I agree. You can read the whole story at the above link).
In short, she wants Ryanair to refund the money for the tickets which, of course, the airline refuses to do. The lesson here? If you are a baby smuggler, do not fly on Ryanair.