This video says about itself:
June 9, 2011
DemocracyNow.org -midst an intensifying crackdown on anti-government protesters in the tiny Gulf island Kingdom of Bahrain, President Obama met Tuesday with Crown Prince Salman bin Isa al-Khalifa, a visit that was not announced beforehand. Democracy Now! interviews Nabeel Rajab, president of Bahrain’s Center for Human Rights, based in Manama. “We do not see anything that makes us optimistic that the government has the willingness to go for a dialogue with the opposition and to listen to the grievances and demands of the people,” says Rajab, noting that soldiers from Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Bahrain continue to arrest protesters and the doctors treating those injured during pro-democracy demonstrations.
From the Daily Telegraph in England:
Arab prince charged over drunken rant in cockpit
An Arab prince was marched off a passenger jet at Heathrow by police officers armed with Taser guns after he drunkenly stormed the cockpit to complain about the poor service.
18 Oct 2012
Mubarak Hamad, 29, a Bahraini billionaire prince who lives in London, has been charged with being drunk on an aircraft and is due to appear in court later this month.
Shortly after boarding the British Airways Boeing 777 to Doha in Qatar via Bahrain, it is understood that the prince began shouting and complaining about the service.
Members of the crew were allegedly forced to call the police after he made his way into the cockpit and refused to go back to his seat.
Mr Hamad was then dragged off the plane by officers armed with stun guns and taken to a police station where his DNA, mugshot and fingerprints were taken.
He was bailed, but was told he was being formally charged when he answered his bail on Wednesday. He is due to appear before magistrates in London later this month.
At least, this Bahraini Royal Highness can say that his drunkenness was not during Ramadan; unlike another Bahraini royal.