We've all heard weird stories that happen while at 30,000 feet... like the man who urinated on a girl, the captain who went nuts mid-flight, even the woman last weekend who stripped while flying to New York.  As far as people freaking out on airplanes goes, this one's pretty solid.

Over the weekend, on an American Airlines flight from LAX in Los Angeles to JFK in New York, a female passenger apparently decided it was time to pay her respects to Whitney Houston. So the woman started belting out Whitney songs.

The flight attendants asked her to stop, but she kept going. Then they told her to stop. But she kept singing. So the pilot ended up diverting the flight and making an emergency landing in Kansas City where the woman was arrested. Another passenger took a video of two cops escorting the woman off the plane while she sang an off-key but heartfelt version of "I Will Always Love You".

Meanwhile, as she's being escorted off, the flight attendants are trying to tell people not to take pictures. Yeah, right. The woman ended up being released without charges, but long after the flight was already on its way to New York. She blamed the incident on her diabetes, and the cops accepted that. She took another flight the rest of the way.