A group of rowdy airline passengers have been recorded having a mid-flight party en route to clubbing destination Ibiza.
Traveling from Glasgow, the flight featured a large group of people who held an impromptu sing-a-long of 'Look Right Through' by Storm Queen.
The loud outburst lead one member of the crew to reprimand the customers on the tannoy system: "Ladies and gentlemen, please remain quiet. There are travelers on board with young children. Please do not swear. Thank you."
The footage, caught on a mobile phone, has been 'liked' by thousands of people on Facebook.
It's unknown which airline the party people were on.
In April, tourists on what became a notoriously rowdy Ryanair service from Glasgow to Ibiza were told they will not be able to take alcohol onboard, making it the only one of its flights that such a rule has been enforced.
Twitterverse reactions to the video were mostly positive:
that Glasgow to Ibiza flight looked so funny 😂😂— meg✨ (@megan_pickford) July 21, 2015
Those passengers on the flight from Glasgow to Ibiza are the best😂😂— жа жа жа (@Livgreenidge_) July 21, 2015
Just heard about the plane that went from Glasgow to ibiza last week .... looked awesome 😄 #loosewomen— ellessssss (@ellen_haygreen) July 21, 2015
hahaha what's wrong with this? #Ibiza— Leani Gouws (@LeaniGouws) July 21, 2015
Although the footage put some users off...
@NoMagRyan Hahaha "ordered to stop raving" - seriously though this is why I pay extra to fly BA— Andy Robinson (@Espio1) July 21, 2015
A Glasgow to Ibiza flight in July looks like my personal idea of hell— Charlotte Brady (@Charlottewbrady) July 20, 2015
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