Two passengers were kicked off a Saudi Arabian Airlines flight when they complained that a stewardess was being "flirty".
The male travellers were escorted off the plane, which was set to depart from Riyadh to Jeddah, Al Arabiya reports.
They said the flight attendant showed little respect for "traditional customs" and were removed from the plane after confronting the Arab hostess for "flirting" with a foreign passenger.
According to News.com.au, the flight attendant reportedly called the man "habibi", which means 'my love' or 'darling'.
She responded with anger at being confronted and the two men were escorted from the plane by security officials, causing a one-hour delay.
Police are investigating the incident.
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