An airline passenger has been filmed lashing out at crew and passengers and attacking another woman after she was called out for not wearing a mask on a plane.
The tantrum, which was captured in footage circulated online last week, happened on a Ryanair plane that was about to take off from the Spanish party island of Ibiza.
Local media reported that other passengers told the Italian woman to put on a mask, which was a requirement for the flight.
But the woman refused and reacted by verbally abusing the passengers, before taking out her frustrations on cabin crew.
As tempers escalated, the woman appeared to attack another woman by pulling on her hair.
She also spat on passengers as her furious rant continued.
The woman can be seen with a face mask pulled down under her chin.
The video shows crew members stepping in to escort the woman from the plane, however it is unclear if she would face any further disciplinary action, the Daily Mail reported.
US airlines have extended booze bans on flights in response to growing concern about the safety of cabin crew among unruly passengers.
Southwest Airlines announced it would suspend the service of alcohol on flights after a passenger allegedly violently attacked a flight attendant over a dispute about wearing masks.
The passenger, Vyvianna Quinonez, 28, has been banned from flying with the airline and faces criminal charges over the disturbance that allegedly caused the unnamed flight attendant's teeth to be knocked out.
Now, American Airlines is saying its in-flight suspension of alcohol would continue until September 13 over concerns about the safety of cabin crew.
Airlines in the US have had a rise in clashes between cabin crew and passengers, particularly over wearing masks on flights, which is mandatory under Federal Aviation Administration rules until September 13.
"I've been in the industry since 1992, and this is the worst ever," flight attendants' union president, Lyn Montgomery, told the Associated Press.
"People seem to be more angry. When they're asked to do something, compliance seems to be more difficult."
American Airlines suspended serving alcohol and cut back on the service of soft drinks and food at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic and was due to return to normal service in May.
It will now be pushed back by four months.
"Flight attendants are on the front lines every day not only ensuring our customers' safety, but are also calming fears, answering questions, and enforcing policies like federally required face masks," American Airlines' managing director of flight service, Brady Byrnes, told CNN.
"Over the past week, we've seen some of these stressors create deeply disturbing situations on board aircraft.
"Let me be clear: American Airlines will not tolerate assault or mistreatment of our crews."