Business class passenger throws 'hissy fit,' causes 5-hour flight delay over meal

FOX NEWS - A passenger with a very specific palate caused a major delay on an Air Canada flight over the weekend, witnesses claim.

The unidentified man had taken his seat in business class for the cross-Canada flight from Vancouver to Toronto when he became "disruptive," demanding to be served fish and claiming he could not eat meat or gluten, CTV reported.

The flight attendants were taking meal requests from business class passengers before the plane took off, which prompted the man's demands.

Though the flight attendant reportedly tried to offer the man several meal choices, a witness, who wished to remain anonymous, told CTV that the passenger continued to be "very belligerent, very rude to the flight attendant."