In 1998, apparently drunk before he got onboard a flight from Hong Kong to Perth, Gallagher defied the no-smoking policy on board the plane and was promptly asked to stub out his cigarette. The Mancunian responded by throwing a hissy fit, thundering "obscene, offensive, and horribly abusive" language at other passengers.
While his brother Noel apparently slept, the Oasis singer began throwing food at those sat around him. The plane's captain threatened to conduct an emergency landing unless the group quietened down.
Following the flight, Cathay Pacific issued the Gallagher brothers and the rest of Oasis with a lifelong ban.
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