British singer Susan Boyle has an unfortunate relationship with airport lounges.
For instance in 2010,
she stunned passengers in a VIP lounge at Heathrow Airport when she started dancing around and sang into a mop which she had grabbed from a cleaner.
The performance sparked complaints to British Airways staff who tried to calm her down, prompting the singer to flee the lounge insisting “I’ve escaped, I’ve escaped”.
Earlier this month at Derry Airport in Northern Ireland, which is served only by Ryanair, she was in the Amelia Earhart Lounge. It’s a pay-in lounge, and also participates with Priority Pass. She inexplicably screamed out, “Help me!”
Now this week police had to escort her from a British Airways lounge at London Heathrow’s terminal 5, where she was awaiting a flight to Glasgow, after a disagreement with staff became ‘heated’. The police not only ejected her from the lounge, but from the airport.
On-lookers told The Sun that the BGT star appeared distressed during the incident, claiming: “She looked confused and was shouting: ‘I’ve done nothing wrong, I’ve done nothing wrong’ repeatedly.
…“The cops looked pretty concerned as she was all over the place. They eventually took her away.”