A furious Chinese passenger has drenched two flight attendants in water after they accidentally spilt juicy on him.
The man, who was flying from Beijing to Guangzhou on April 10, said he was unsatisfied because the flight attendants failed to issue him a written apology.
Named only as Mr Shen, the passenger has been detained by the police for his unruly behaviour, according to People's Daily Online.
The incident occurred on the flight CZ323 of China Southern Airlines, which was travelling from Beijing Capital International Airport to New Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, according to reports.
One flight attendant had apparently spilt juice on Mr Shen by accident.
The passenger reportedly demanded a verbal apology as well as a written apology from the flight attendant.
The cabin crew apologised to him verbally, according to accounts, but told the man they couldn't provide him with the paperwork he had asked for.
The passenger became enraged.
He allegedly stormed to the galley, grabbed a large bottle of water and poured it to two flight attendants.
The passenger has been given a three-day detention.
SMB, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 14 hours ago
Narcissism is a world wide problem.
enemde, corby, 17 hours ago
Those Chinese sure are a weird bunch !!
Another Jones, Virginia, United States, 17 hours ago
It is the affluent chinese who are so arrogant.
hatcult, toronto, Canada, 9 hours ago
and they don't even have to be that affluent, they just think they are
OVER HERE, My City, United Kingdom, 18 hours ago
Good job this happened in China where they don't tolerate this kind of behaviour.
glynnpt, Basingstoke, United Kingdom, 18 hours ago
I've travelled China Southern. they are really good
Sour Apple, Wiltshire, United Kingdom, 9 hours ago
you can picture him but not them
Grumpy Cat, The DM sucks, United Kingdom, 19 hours ago
Spilt "juicy" on him? Juicy what?
Frances US, Lynn, 19 hours ago
They are very lucky it wasn't hot tea, what a nasty piece of work he is
Harold, Bethyname, Antarctica, 19 hours ago
Some people aren't fit to be allowed out in public.
ALEXIS, Hove, United Kingdom, 21 hours ago
'according to People's Daily Online' - stolen from another site, cracking effort for an article
IDontBelieveIt, Earth, United Kingdom, 20 hours ago
How did I know this would be in China?
sue1705, shaftesbury, 19 hours ago
having met a lot of Chinese in Thailand I have to say that the majority are very rude and have ideas above their station especially when dealing with waitresses for example.