An easyJet passenger has claimed her flight home last Friday was forced to abort landing as cabin crew members were too busy "having a party".
The woman, who did not want to be named, told the Sun Online the cabin manager was eating in the galley, warming up croissants and looking at pictures on her phone.
When the four-hour flight from Spain's Canary Islands was due to land at London's Gatwick Airport, she said the pilot announced the arrival would be delayed.
"It was unbelievable — like something out of a Carry On film," she told The Sun.
"They had spent the whole flight chatting and showing each other photos on their phones. Especially the cabin manager — she was unbelievable, she did not do an ounce of work."
She said the cabin crew appeared to be "having a party amongst themselves".
"When the pilot announced 15 minutes to landing they were all running about like headless chickens, trying to prepare the cabin."