A holiday flight was forced to divert to Gatwick after an angry passenger threw her false leg at cabin crew.
Police say the woman began 'swearing blue murder' and throwing food at airline staff on a flight from Tunisia to Scotland.
The Thomson Airways plane landed at Gatwick after the captain decided her behaviour was unacceptable.
Sussex police say a 48-year-old woman from Edinburgh was arrested at the North Terminal and taken to Crawley police station.
She's being questioned on suspicion of using threatening behaviour.
In a statement, the airline said:
Fed-up passengers described their anger at the mid-air meltdown on Twitter.
John Smith, a fellow passenger said: