Woman Thinks She’s Whitney Houston, Gets Booted From Plane

By now we know that talking about bombs on a plane can get you kicked off your flight and put into cuffs. Actually, as it turns out, a load of other things can get you booted, as well.

Everything from representing inappropriate political affiliations on your clothing to taking pictures mid-air can become a diversion to your destination. But what happens when you refuse to stop singing? Well, apparently this is also a legitimate enough reason for a flight to make an emergency landing.

According to the Daily Mail, an American Airlines pilot was forced to land en route to New York because a passenger ignored requests from other passengers and staff to stop singing Whitney Houston’s song “I Will Always Love You.”

Who knew this was a surefire way to get kicked off a plane?

The woman’s live performance began shortly after takeoff from Los Angeles and became too much for everyone to bear. Halfway through the six-hour flight, officers had to intervene in Kansas and escort the vocalist off the plane after a federal air marshal subdued and cuffed her.

“The woman was being disruptive and was removed from the plane for interfering with the flight crew,” explained airport spokesman Joe McBride.

The woman was interviewed and later released without charge.