This is the moment a Fylde coast mum and her friend stunned holidaymakers by stripping off in an airport security queue.
Ann Chadwick, 48, and Kelly Hadfield-Hyde, 51, began removing their clothes when security officers at Manchester Aiport asked them to remove their belts and coats.
But the incident, which happened in Terminal One at the airport landed the pair in court.
The incident, caught on CCTV cameras, saw Chadwick strip to her bra, while mum-of-two Hadfield-Hyde, who once worked as an air hostess and has a title after marrying a Lord, went topless.
Trafford magistrates court heard how the pair subjected staff to a foul-mouthed tirade before police were called to arrest them.
They initially accepted penalty notices - but later decided to take their cases to court.
Chadwick pleaded guilty to a public order offence, while Hadfield-Hyde was found guilty after a trial.
The incident happened on December 3 last year, when the pair shared a bottle of wine before their 6.15 am flight to Malaga.
Defending herself, Hadfield-Hyde, of Warton Street, Lytham, claimed she had been ordered to strip off by a guard.
She was ordered to pay a £55 fine and £850 costs.
Her friend Chadwick, a mum-of-one, was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £500 costs.