THREE boozy girl pals are pulled apart by a jet’s cabin crew — in a boozy brawl at 30,000ft.
The trio, thought to be lap dancers, scrapped, tore one another’s hair out and left one with a bloodied face.
Their drunken swearing had earlier drawn complaints on the easyJet Gatwick-Tenerife flight.
Firm boss Angie Dilloway, 50 — whose daughter Bella, ten, is heard screaming in footage of the fight — said staff seized their booze but they got it back.
Angie, of Aylesford, Kent, added: “No one expected it to happen. They were friends and cuddling one minute and then getting louder and drinking Grey Goose vodka the next.
“They started arguing and they were swearing using the f word and the c word. Other passengers started to complain and the stewardess took the bottle of vodka away from them.
“Then a brunette lunged at a blonde, screaming. She was ripping her hair out. We feared someone would get badly hurt.’’
In a statement the airline said: ''easyJet can confirm that flight EZY8709 from London Gatwick to Tenerife South on 13 April was met by police on arrival in Tenerife South due to passengers on board behaving in a disruptive manner. The passengers were escorted away by police.”
Ministers are currently considering introducing tougher penalties for drunkenness on planes, as well as overhauling licensing laws for airport bars and restaurants in England and Wales.
A recent report by a House of Lords committee recommended that the Licensing Act 2003 should be extended to bars and restaurants at airports in England and Wales, to give licensing authorities greater oversight.