Five celebs who have been kicked off airplanes
MoreFM's Gary McCormick isn't the only one to run into trouble in transit.
The veteran radio broadcaster has reportedly been banned from flying with Air New Zealand, after a spat in the Christchurch Koru Club.
In Hollywood, celebrities have a long history of ruffling feathers when it comes to flying. From mid-air tantrums to drunk and disorderly conduct, here are five familiar faces that caused such a scene, they were booted off a flight:
* MoreFM's Gary McCormick banned from Air NZ for two years
* New Zealand under a Gary McCormick regime
* Simon Barnett confronted by woman he'd been ribbing on-air
* Us Two: Si and Gary 'both comfortable with who we are'
1. Alec Baldwin
According to reports, the actor became aggressive when airline staff requested he put stop using his phone during take-off.
While on board a flight from New York to LA in 2011, Baldwin was too preoccupied playing the game Words With Friends, to follow airline procedure.
The actor didn't respond well to the request and staff were given the all clear to remove the SNL star from the airplane altogether.
2. Ivana Trump
During a flight in 2009, the first Mrs Donald Trump spat the dummy over some noisy children on board her flight.
Trump reportedly launched into an expletive-laden tirade, calling the young passengers "little f**kers". She was swiftly removed from the flight.
3. Kate Moss
The supermodel ran into a spot of bother while on board an EasyJet flight in 2015.
According to reports, Moss became increasingly aggressive when flight attendants refused to continue serving her alcohol.
4. Christian Slater
In 1994, Slater reportedly boarded a plane with an unlicensed handgun in his suitcase.
He was arrested and sentenced to three days community service.
5. David Hasselhoff
The Hoff suffered an embarrassing mishap during an early morning flight on British Airways, heading from London to Los Angeles in 2006.
According to reports, the former Baywatch heartthrob was too intoxicated to fly and removed from the plane.