An Instagram influencer has been labelled 'entitled' after leaving passengers waiting during a delayed flight, as she left to eat an oyster dinner.
Ruby Tuesday Matthews, 27, was flying from Byron Bay to Sydney on Thursday night when the flight was delayed due to a technical issue.
The airline asked passengers to stay in the airport during the two-hour delay, but the Byron Bay model decided to leave the airport to have an oyster dinner instead.
Footage posted by Daily Mail showed passengers booing and shouting at her as she finally arrived on the plane.
"What a day to be pretty," one of the passengers said.
"How were the oysters?" Another shouted.
The 27-year-old was quick to call out the 'bullying' and blamed Jetstar for what had happened to her.
"I had a pretty traumatic flight experience, thanks Jetstar, you never cease to amaze me," she ranted to her 211,000 followers.
"I'm sorry but it really was not my fault, we were told it was going to be taking off at 7:45 pm. I hadn't eaten since my smoothie that morning because I had been in back-to-back meetings."
"I was like f*ck this, I'm going to get food out of the airport, it's two hours until our flight takes off, I'm going to go."
"I walked out, I did not hear the second announcement that apparently said 'do not leave the airport'."
The single mother-of-two claimed she was bullied by people who made comments about her children.
"I was scared for myself because number one: I was by myself, number two: No one else who was later than me copped any abuse - it was just me alone."
The model later lashed out at Jetstar calling the airline "SH*TSTAR" in an Instagram post.
"Smiling because we aren't flying "SH*TSTAR @jetstaraustralia. Came to Sydney with only carry on and leaving with a whole lot more…"
The Byron Bay influencer was attacked and labelled 'entitled' on her Instagram post, prompting her to turn off her comments.
Jetstar defended itself and apologised to all passengers in a statement to Daily Mail Australia.
"We apologise to customers for the delay to the service and thank them for their patience as our team worked to get the flight away as quickly as possible."
The airline insisted it asked passengers to not leave the airport during the delay.
"We kept customers informed during this time, and asked them not to leave the airport should the flight be able to get away ahead of the revised time."