A SHOCKING secret dossier of celebs’ mid-air misbehaviour is today revealed by The Sun.
It catalogues dramas, sex demands and volleys of abuse on board British Airways flights over the last four years.
Cases include a reality TV star who wrapped her legs around a male passenger because she was “horny”, and a singing sensation who sank to her knees during turbulence and shouted for someone to perform a sex act on her.
Then there was a sobbing pop star who constantly pressed the call bell during a cocaine comedown, a singer who thrashed around on the floor because she did not want a bus from the plane to the terminal and a TV heart-throb who soiled himself after a booze session.
A source told The Sun: “The events are truthfully told and perhaps will make any rabble-rousers think twice.”
Details come from an online forum set up by BA cabin crew.
Staff from other airlines have also shared anecdotes.
To ensure posters are genuine, air stewards and stewardesses must be verified, said the source.
The Sun is not naming the stars, such as the blotto moviemaker who tried to open the cockpit door thinking it was the loo.
But we can reveal how a crew played rock, paper, scissors to decide who had to serve a “notoriously dreadful” supermodel, and gave bad reviews to a top comedian for wearing “terrible” aftershave on a flight to Basel, Switzerland.
A stewardess said of a TV property show host loved by millions: “She’s my rudest celeb of all time.
“Trying to move the kids up in to Club secretly, stingy b****, just pay for it. Kids are always in economy.”
Another crew member chipped in: “She’s a t***. She always puts her kids in Trav and travels in the front, what a liar.”
But another claimed that title should go to a TV legend who often flew to Nice in France.
He said: “Rudest person ever, loves passengers noticing it’s him but refuses to speak back.
“Makes you lean over him to collect rubbish off his tray, books all three seats in row 2ABC, looks at you like you’re a piece of ****.”
Another said of a morning TV star: “I remember him leaning forward from the bulkhead, pushed his arm through the curtain and took a pic of me eating my lunch.
“I asked what he was playing at and he said I should be busy serving not eating. Vile creature.”
A TV veteran on a flight from Orlando, Florida, was branded a “big meanie”.
A stewardess said: “Came on in Mickey Mouse ears and then told us to ‘Shhhh’ when we commented on them as she didn’t want to have any attention drawn to her.
“Snatched a menu out of my hands and commented she’s had to get her own welcome drink from my colleague on the other side of the aircraft as I was ‘too slow’.”
‘OFF HIS FACE’
Another reviewer branded her a “rude, patronising miserable old battleaxe” for kicking off when crew couldn’t rustle up chicken nuggets for her child.
A film-maker flying from Heathrow to Las Vegas guzzled wine.
The crew member said: “Mixed it with some meds and was off his face.
“Tried getting in the flightdeck thinking it was the loo and kept sitting in another guy’s seat.
“When he eventually passed out I saw a drawing of his captioned, ‘I want to be sedated’.”
Another told how a former PM blamed them personally for his TV system being faulty.
The steward quipped: “So it’s my fault your inflight entertainment is broken? It’s your fault the whole country is broken — can we put things into perspective please.”
A different steward recalled how a singer refused to board a bus with other passengers after a flight.
He said: “She was in Upper demanding a private car to take her to the terminal. Not a chance love, so she threw herself on the floor and started thrashing around.
“Had to call the cops, so she got her private car after all.”
Meanwhile, a global TV favourite would get so drunk an assistant would have to change him out of his soiled clothing and arrange a wheelchair to take him through the terminal.
Another TV presenter was so sloshed they were spotted “trying to open the upper-class wardrobe thinking it was the toilet”.
‘A HORNY LADY’
A stewardess reported that a star “off the Real Housewives of Cheshire was wrapping her legs around the man on row one asking him to f*** her on the plane, saying she didn’t care he was married because she was a horny lady.
“We told her to calm down and she carried on, pestering him all the way up the air bridge when she got off, asking where he was staying etc.
“She got another one of my flights a few weeks later and completely blanked me.”
A music maestro in First Class asked for prawns even though they were not on the menu.
A steward said: “Proceeded to look in every overhead locker during the flight.
“When I asked if I could help he said he was ‘looking for all the prawns I’ve hidden from him’. Strange man.”
Stood there topless holding her t**s in the mirror
A stewardess told how a worldwide singing star was in a toilet so long other passengers were queuing.
She added: “Ten mins passed and the customer service manager decided to knock before being told to ‘f*** off’.
“She then opened the door from the outside only to see her in all her glory — stood there topless holding her t**s in the mirror before shouting, ‘What?!’.”
Staff writing on online forum Wait Wait Slide Inflating also praise celebs who are well-behaved — and even rate royals.
Actress Joanna Lumley was “a saint” who “even slept like the queen she is”.
Model Cindy Crawford was “flawless” and “lovely and chatty” — politely asking for more crackers for her cheeseboard.
Singer Bette Midler was an “absolute dream” and “smiled sweetly and gave a genuine thanks” when a crew member shared her own rendition of global smash hit Wind Beneath My Wings.
Fellow singer Jessie J was “a hero” on a Los Angeles to Heathrow flight which had to divert when a passenger suffered a heart attack.
She told a flyer who complained: “Sit the f*** down, a person is dying. Nothing you have planned is more important.”
Friends star Jennifer Aniston was “lovely and sweet” and shared diet tips on a fight to LA.
A stewardess said: “Apparently the secret to remaining flawless is to only eat the crust on bread rolls, leaving the main doughy bit.”
William and Kate got the thumbs up for refusing to be upgraded to First Class from their British Airways world traveller plus cabin before they wed.
Princess Anne on a flight to Incheon, South Korea, “rocked up in a hoodie and Ugg boots” and was described as “the most down to earth person in the cabin”.
The reviewer went on: “Nearly nicked her penknife her bodyguard had given me that I was holding for the flight and only remembered to give back when she was getting off. Apparently she never travels without it.”
Sweary chef Gordon Ramsay was a “gentleman” and offered the crew on a flight to Las Vegas a free meal for looking after him and his family.
Football legend David Beckham was “lovely and polite” during a flight to Miami.
Pop heart-throb Harry Styles was “the nicest person ever” on an Orlando flight, model Kate Moss the “nicest lady”, and singer Kylie Minogue “so sweet” on a Los Angeles flight from Heathrow.
Actor Idris Elba was called “handsome and flirty” on a flight from Ibiza to Heathrow, while TV adventurer Bear Grylls was the “nicest guy ever”.
Credit: SUN (UK)