As Whitney Houston once sang: Your love is my love and my love is your love. And while that’s a really nice notion, the crew on an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to New York were definitely not feeling Whitney’s love when a female passenger refused to stop belting out Houston’s songs on the cross-country voyage.
In a video captured by another passenger, the woman sings her swan song (“I Will Always Love You”) while being escorted off the plane in handcuffs during an emergency landing in Kansas City.
I’m going to go ahead and say that an emergency landing may have been a bit of a hasty decision. The last time I made that trip, one leg of the in-flight movie was some “Cirque du Soleil” silent fantasy-dance nonsense that bored me to tears — and, under an inebriated circumstance, could have quite possibly bored me into song.
After being released, the passenger allegedly blamed the musical outburst on diabetes (which could have been totally legit depending on her hypoglycemia).
Crack Diabetes is whack, y’all.