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Celebrities on a Plane: The angry, the drunk, the ejected

The New York Post recently ran a story about famously ill-tempered actress Faye Dunaway, in which a stewardess claims the acting legend is so notoriously mean, she is routinely denied flight upgrades.

Unfortunately, Dunaway is not the only celeb to behave badly on an airplane. Here are just some of the naughty stars who think it’s perfectly acceptable to pick fights with airline crew, attempt to take guns onto flights or get completely snockered before boarding, PopEater mediates.

In 2008, model Naomi Campbell was banned from British Airways following a vicious argument over lost baggage. Police were called onto the plane and she allegedly spat on a police officer. The sullen supermodel was cuffed and led away to the police station.

Christian Slater was arrested at JFK airport in 1994 for trying to board a plane with an unlicensed 9mm pistol in his luggage.

Last year, Josh Duhamel was escorted off a New York to Kentucky flight after he refused to turn off his Blackberry despite repeated requests by the flight attendant. According to other passengers, he was asked on three separate occasions to turn off his device and was “very rude” and “taunting the attendant.” The plane was sent back to the runway and officer escorted the ‘Transformers’ star off the flight.

Jonathan Rhys-Meyers
seems to have a problem boarding flights sober. In 2007, he was arrested at Dublin Airport for public intoxication. Two years later, he was barred from getting on a flight at Charles De Gaulle Airport because he was too smashed, and last year he allegedly hurled the N-word at a United Airlines employee who tried to bar the drunken ‘Tudors’ star from getting on a flight.

British Airways refused to allow David Hasselhoff to board an LA-bound flight from London because he allegedly got drunk in the first class lounge. He was allowed to board a later flight after he sobered up.

In 2003, Courtney Love became disruptive and refused to sit down or buckle her seat belt on a Virgin Airways flight and was arrested on arrival. Love claims it was a big misunderstanding.

Diana Ross was detained by British police for nearly five hours in 1999 after a female staff member at Heathrow airport complained of being assaulted by the star. She was let go without being charged.



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