That's one rough flight!
New video has emerged of the drunk airline passenger on a trans-Atlantic flight between Reykjavik and Kennedy Airport.
Gudmundur Karl Arthorsson, 46, was en route to the Caribbean to meet his fiancée when he got smashed aboard an Icelandair flight and tried to choke and grope several passengers — and at one point yelled that the plane was going down.
Cops picked Arthorsson up at Kennedy Airport after the flight arrived at about 6:30 p.m. on Thursday and took him to Jamaica Hospital.
There he spent the night being treated for alcohol poisoning, sources said.
Boozy Arthorsson, a civil engineer in Trinidad and Tobago, was home in Reykjavik over the holidays visiting family.
Arthorsson, an Icelandic citizen, visits his homeland often to see family.
He earned infamy when he was depicted on the cover of The Post duct-taped to his seat, with his arms and feet bound.
Before boarding the plane, he’d stocked up on Grand Marnier, whiskey and schnapps at a duty-free store.
Federal authorities declined to prosecute the case.