Woman removed from flight for singing, American Airlines says no photos allowed

6:41 PM, May 13, 2013   |    comments
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(Photo Credit: YouTube)

KUSA - Apparently, singing on an airplane can get you removed from a flight by an air marshal.

That's what happened to one woman who repeatedly sang "I will always love you" by Whitney Houston on Thursday.

She was on an American Airlines flight heading form Los Angeles (LAX) to New York City (JFK).

The flight made an unplanned stop at Kansas City International Airport (MCI) - to remove the woman.

The woman was later released without charges.

In the YouTube video captured by a passenger - a member of the flight crew is heard over the intercom saying, "No photos are allowed to be taken on the aircraft."

Click here to watch the YouTube video.

9NEWS asked American Airlines about their on board photography policy.

In an email, American Airlines spokesperson Matt Miller said, "The use of still and video cameras, film or digital, is permitted only for recording of personal events. Unauthorized photography or video recording of airline personnel, other customers, aircraft equipment or procedures is strictly prohibited."

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