On a BA flight from Paris to Manchester, in 1998. The air hostess thought that the Stone Roses frontman might be interested in duty free, but former the singer was far from interested. When the attendant held up her hands to apologise, Brown misinterpreted the gesture.
"Hey you", he said to Cooper. "Don't you wave your f****** hands at me. I'll chop your f****** hands off." When the captain intervened, Brown repeated his threat. The singer then banged on the locked cockpit door demanding entry.
In court, Brown said his threats were in fact jokes. But for his abusive behaviour, and for potentially threatening the lives of other passengers, he was jailed for four months.
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