Liam Gallagher has mocked a passenger for causing his flight to be delayed by smoking in the cabin, despite getting in trouble himself for the same offence in the 90s.
The 44-year-old rocker called them out but then shared a picture of himself doing just that on a plane back in the 90s.
Taking to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon, Liam wrote: "Stuck on the runway some doughnut smoking hes been slung off I mean smoking on a flight how very dare he as you were LG x (sic)"
Before adding the throwback photo, with the caption: "I mean cmon it's not big or clever as you were LG x (sic)"
The former Oasis frontman and his bitter rival and sibling Noel, 50 - who were known for their wild antics when they were in the Britpop defining group - were once accused of trying to bribe Qantas air hostess Owen Beddall in 2005 with £1,000 to smoke weed on a flight from London to Bangkok in 2005.
Beddall wrote about it in his memoir 'Confessions of a Qantas Flight Attendant - True Tales and Gossip from the Gallery'.
Speaking about how he was outbid by his colleagues, he said in an interview about the tome: "They didn't end up paying because basically I was outvoted, I was all for it."
In 1998, the 'Wall of Glass' singer was famously banned forever by Cathay Pacific airlines after allegedly throwing food at passengers on a flight from Hong Kong to Australia, and also refusing to put out his cigarette.
However, the outspoken star later insisted he didn't throw food.
At the time, he said: "I didn't throw anything. I don't know what they're talking about. Some panhead told me to shut up - some panhead who needs stabbing through the head."