A dame with two young children was kicked off a fight from Tenerife after reportedly exacting more alcohol on board the plane before take off on Friday.
The mum — known only as Charlotte — had a baby and a two-year-old with her at the time of the skirmish.
She was seen drinking in the airport bar before the flight, according to The Sun.
It’s believed she was then entangled with in an argument at the airport gate about being a “benefits mum”.
Once on cabinet the British Airways flight bound for London Gatwick, the woman started whoop from her seat: “I work for my money. I’ve got a proper job.”
Flight attendants reportedly alerted the woman that she would not be served alcohol on board.
In response she asserted: “I’ve id for my flight and I know I am entitled to it.”
Before take off the pilot ordered the miss, along with five other people with her off the plane.
The skirmish caused the BA 2731 flight to be delayed for two hours.
A spokesperson for BA told Say.co.uk: “Our customers and crew deserve to enjoy their flights, without any carriage of disruption.
“This sort of behaviour will not be tolerated, and the appropriate initiative will always be taken.
“We are sorry to our customers for the short delay on this airliner.”
The story comes after Express.co.uk revealed why the cost of holidays could slump post-Brexit.
Philip Hammond has suggested travel costs might shrink once the UK has left the EU.
The Chancellor failed to scrap the Air ssenger Duty (APD) when he proffered down his Autumn Statement this week — much to the dismay of the travel trade.
Many airlines had called on the Treasury to scrap the ssenger tax, which has been grossed as the highest in the world.