The film workers are accused of triggering an international air safety alert while travelling on a privately-chartered plane flying from Stansted Airport in Britain to Mexico earlier this month (Mar15).

Editors of Britain's Mail on Sunday newspaper have revealed bosses of aircraft company Hi Fly sent a report to the film production company Eon stating the passengers behaved in an unacceptable manner and caused around $1,600 (£1,000) in damage.

The report also states that an alert was triggered after a safety pin was removed from one of the aircraft's doors.

A spokesman for Eon tells the publication, "We are investigating the matter so cannot comment further at this time."

It is believed that neither Daniel Craig, who plays James Bond in the upcoming installment, nor any other members of the cast were on-board the jet.

Spectre is expected to debut later this year (15).