Anyone who's ever missed a flight would know exactly how it feels to sit in the airport and be forced to stare longingly at the locked plane you were supposed to be on.
That was something that clearly didn't sit well with one furious Melbourne passenger, who was caught on camera storming the tarmac in an attempt to board a Jetstar plane, news.com.au reports.
In a video released by 9 News, the late passenger is seen attempting to wrench open the locked door of the Jetstar plane before resorting to kicking it with his foot.
The man's brazen attempt came after he reportedly became irate and physical with Jetstar staff when they told him he was hours late for an earlier flight, according to 9 News.
The plane the man attempted to access wasn't flying to the destination he had to get to.
It's reported the man had a cigarette inside the airport before storming a nearby gate, pushing the crew out of the way and then running on to the tarmac.
When the man was halfway up the steps, he was grabbed by staff but managed to break free and get to the door of the plane.
It took a number of baggage handlers to restrain the man and two Jetstar employees were left with physical injuries from trying to restrain him.
A Jetstar spokesman said the man's behaviour was "unacceptable" and the company has banned him from travelling on any future Jetstar and Qantas flights.
"There was an incident at Melbourne Airport this morning where a passenger assaulted several of our crew, and breached security access to the tarmac.
"We praise our crew for safely handling this incident and restraining the passenger until police arrived.
"This behaviour is unacceptable and we have placed an immediate ban on this passenger travelling on all Jetstar and Qantas flights," Jetstar said.
Susannah Murray, who witnessed the incident, told 9 News the man was "physically fighting with the staff, punching and scratching them".
In a statement to news.com.au, Australian Federal Police confirmed it had responded to an incident at Terminal 4 this morning.
Federal officers arrested the man and he is assisting them with their inquiries.
The flight was delayed for an hour as engineers inspected the aircraft.