BA is calling BS on Naomi Campbell's airport antics.
In the wake of the supermodel's arrest at London's Heathrow Airport last week, reports out of the U.K. claim that British Airways has issued a lifetime ban against the assault-prone catwalker.
"All incidents of abusive or disruptive behavior towards fellow passengers or staff are taken extremely seriously and will not be tolerated," the airline said in a statement Tuesday, adding that it was policy not to specifically comment on individual passengers.
"We deal with cases on an individual basis and take appropriate action where necessary."
A publicist for the 37-year-old stunner, meanwhile, asked why can't everyone just get along.
"Naomi has been flying with BA for nearly 30 years and has been a good customer," Campbell's publicist said. "She hopes this can be resolved amicably."
The Los Angeles-bound poser was hauled out of the first-class cabin of a BA flight Thursday after an argument with an airline attendant over a missing piece of luggage devolved into the model allegedly spitting on an intervening police officer. She was on suspicion of assaulting the officer.
What remained of her luggage was removed from the plane, and Campbell was held in custody for several hours before posting bail.
The A-list barring would not be a first for the airline, which already established itself as a no-fly zone for Snoop Dogg. The rapper got the lifetime cold shoulder after he and his entourage started a fight in British Airways' first-class lounge at Heathrow Airport back in April 2006.