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An entire plane burst into song when a drunk passenger was removed by five police officers. A tourist shared a video showing an intoxicated woman being ejected from a Jetstar flight on the Gold Coast, in Australia,.

Erica Jayne Carlson was escorted off the flight, as passengers recorded her exit on their phones.

One recorder said: “Five coppers, we could have all done it for free – here we go, here we go. They are grabbing her.”

One tiktoker took to the social media platform to laugh at the drunken passenger, writing: “When there is a drunk Karen on board…”

The woman found it tough to stand up straight from her seat and could be seen donning sunglasses despite being inside the aircraft.

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Passengers began to sing ‘Na Na Hey Hey’ by Steam when officers began taking the woman off the plane.

Carlson, who appeared on Monday at Southport Magistrates’ Court, pleaded guilty to a charge of behaving in an offensive or disorderly manner on an aircraft.

The 42-year-old was due to fly to Avalon Airport in Victoria to see her two sons, who were staying with their father, the court heard.

However, when cabin crew saw Carlson “fall into her seat”, they decided she was unfit to fly and requested that she leave the aircraft.

Michael McMillan, representing Carlson, said the mother-of-two had begun “the internet’s number one star”, after the footage of her exit circulated online.

He said: “She has already endured an unhappy, unhealthy public spotlight,” he said.

“The only thing she says that didn’t make this the worst experience of her life is because she wasn’t named at the time.”

He blamed “miscommunication” with flight staff that escalated the situation, as Carlson became upset that she’d be unable to fly again unless she purchased another ticket.

The Daily Star reported that Veena Goverdhan, the magistrate, ordered the defendant to exhibit good behaviour for a nine month period and undertake a recognisance release order with a £820 surety.

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