A drunk man allegedly stripped off on an aeroplane and asked a stewardess for s*x – forcing the plane to make an emergency landing. .
The Turkey-bound Sun Express flight is reported to have been diverted after the reported incident on Saturday.
It is claimed the Irishman boarded the flight from Dublin to Izmir with a large group of friends, reports.
But as the plane took off is alleged the man began stripping off, before taking off his underwear and starting to wave his penis around.
The plane is said to have diverted to Belgrade where it is thought the man was taken off the flight.
It is not known if he continued on his journey or if his friends got off with him.
Witnesses said they saw the group drinking heavily in the airport bar.
Last month it was reported that ministers are looking at blocking passengers who become drunk at airports from boarding flights.
The proposals have been drawn up to reduce the number of air rage incidents.
Tighter limits could be placed on how many drinks are served by cabin crews, and drunk passengers face being put on a blacklist that bans them from flying with other airlines.
The plans come after a rise in the number of mid flight disruptions, some of which have led to emergency landings.
Foreign airlines have even resorted to restraining passengers with adhesive tape and seatbelts.
Figures from the Civil Aviation Authority show that 156 air rage incidents have been logged by British airlines so far this year – the most since the late 1990s when the novelty of budget air travel began to wear off.
Last year 114 cases were reported compared with 85 a year earlier.
Only 47 disruptive passenger incidents were logged in 2012 and 39 in 2011.
The crackdown may include tougher checks at the boarding gate to screen out rowdypassengers or a restriction on the number of drinks bought at bars and restaurants.
Staff serving drinks might be expected to report concerns about drunk passengers to airlines to prevent them boarding a flight.
Incidents reported to the regulator included passengers drinking their own alcohol, smoking in plane toilets, assaulting cabin crew, fighting, damaging tray tables and stealing lifejackets and other safety equipment.
On one flight to Corfu on August 21 a passenger was abusive to airline crew and set light to a fellow passenger’s hair.
And on May 1 a passenger exposed himself to cabin crew and fellow passengers.