A MUM forced a packed Thomas Cook flight into an emergency landing by downing a bottle of vodka and dropping her knickers.
Natasha Allen, 30, screeched “you can’t f****** stop me” when cabin crew tried to calm her down – before attacking a stewardess and exposing herself to “terrified” holidaymakers.
She was caged for 15 months after pleading guilty to a public order offence and being drunk on an aircraft.
Her “loutish and self-indulgent” behaviour was so appalling that the captain requested an emergency landing for the first time in his 13-year career.
Manchester Crown Court heard how the “out of control” mum downed duty-free vodka in the departure lounge before boarding the flight from Manchester to Fuerteventura, one of Spain’s Canary Islands.
Shortly after take-off, she lashed out at a stewardess for confiscating her alcohol – which she had mixed with J2O from the drinks service.
DROPPED KNICKERS BEFORE FAMILIES
She pushed the cabin crew member against the aircraft foor and accused her of being “a f****** thief”.
She added: “I have had my children taken off me so I will swear If I want to, you can’t f*****g stop me.”
Allen – who boasts a rap sheet packed with drink-related offences – then dropped her jogging bottoms and knickers before horrified families with young children.
The pilot landed in Faro, Portugal, after staff advised him she was too drunk to restrain.
LOUT WAS ‘HIGH ON CANNABIS’
Locking her up, Judge Hilary Manley said Allen had reached the ‘end of the line’.
She blasted: “You were drunk. You were also likely under the influence of cannabis.
“You also pulled down your leggings and underwear and exposed yourself in front of other passengers.
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“The captain could hear and see your behaviour from the cockpit.
“Your drunken, loutish, self-indulgent behaviour caused unease and disruption to passengers and cost and disruption to the airline.
“For passengers to be trapped on a metal tube at 40,000 feet with a drunken thug is terrifying.”
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