Liam Gallagher and Lily Allen stunned passengers on an 11-hour flight to Japan with a riotous booze bender, The Sun can reveal.
The Oasis frontman and singer Lily were repeatedly told to "calm down" by crew members as they swore and shouted.
Liam, 37, and Lily were in Upper Class of the Virgin Atlantic flight to Japan, where they starred at the Fuji Rocks festival.
Liam had swaggered on to last Wednesday's flight to Tokyo after swilling champagne in Heathrow's Upper Class lounge.
He and Lily, 24, started their marathon drinking session as the plane took off - and continued for hours after the flight landed.
A flight source told The Sun: "They did not care about the other passengers. They were in a world of their own.
"They were already well-oiled by the time they came on board. There is obviously a different set of rules for celebrities."
Liam and Lily's entourages - who made up about half the 30 passengers in Upper Class - had told cabin crew as they boarded to "keep those two apart".
Dad-of-two Liam - married to former All Saints star Nicole Appleton, 34 - wrote on his Twitter website: "Just landed in Tokyo. That flight flew by."
Lily posted of her experience: "at Lost in Translation hotel in tokyo. Had an extraordinary amount of fun the past few days."
When The Sun approached Lily at her home in Maida Vale, West London, she said: "I don't know what you are talking about."
The Devendra Banhart remix of '(Get Off Your) High Horse Lady' and the Liam Gallagher-penned 'I Believe In All' and 'The Boy With The Blues' are now available to buy on iTunes.
30 July 2009
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