Passengers have released footage of federal police officers escorting a "drunk" woman from a crowded Jetstar flight.
The passengers heckled her, requesting she leave the plane, before breaking out into an impromptu rendition of Steam's 1969 hit song "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye".
The plane, leaving from the Gold Coast, was delayed so police could remove the woman before take-off.
One passenger was heard saying "five coppers, we would have done it for free".
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The footage shows passengers laughing, clapping, and filming the incident as police coax the woman from her seat.
"Come on mum, get off," said another passenger as the police struggled to help the woman to her feet.
Police boarded the plane due to the woman's "alleged level of intoxication," the Australian Federal Police (AFP) said in a statement.
The AFP have charged the woman with "behaving in an offensive or disorderly manner on an aircraft", which carries a maximum fine of $13,750.
The woman is due to appear in Southport Magistrates Court on March 20.