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'We are still in shock and so upset!' The Veronicas' Jessica and Lisa Origliasso marched off Qantas plane by Australian Federal Police after dispute over baggage causes flight delay

By Marta Jary For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 12:10 BST, 22 September 2019 | Updated: 12:19 BST, 22 September 2019

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The Veronicas duo Jessica Origliasso and Lisa Origliasso say they have been left 'shocked, embarrassed and confused' after they were removed from a Qantas flight on Sunday after an issue over baggage. 

The twin singers, 34, were on the QF516 between Sydney and Brisbane, set to take off at 10am, when the incident occurred.  

A photo shared to the Instagram account of a passenger on the plane showed the stars being attended to by police officers. 

'We are still in shock and so upset!' The Veronicas' Jessica and Lisa Origliasso (pictured) were marched off a Qantas plane bound for Brisbane by Australian Federal Police after issue over baggage on Sunday. The twin singers, 34, were on the QF516 between Sydney and Brisbane , set to take off at 10am, when the incident occurred

'We are still in shock and so upset!' The Veronicas' Jessica and Lisa Origliasso (pictured) were marched off a Qantas plane bound for Brisbane by Australian Federal Police after issue over baggage on Sunday. The twin singers, 34, were on the QF516 between Sydney and Brisbane , set to take off at 10am, when the incident occurred

The photo was captioned: 'The Veronicas delayed my hubby flight! On QF516 Syd to Bris. They asked to have their bag put in overhead locker (nicely). 

'Attendant said they can't do that (true). Whatever happened next... plane delayed to wait for security. 

'Then AFP comes on to remove them! Delayed flight for ages. They videoed whole thing so perhaps will be on their account soon. Flight just now taking off'.  

The stars were said to have become 'disruptive' during the exchange and began filming the incident as it unfolded. 

The Australian Federal Police were called when the issue could not be resolved by the cabin crew.  

Qantas issued a statement on the incident, saying: 'After boarding, two passengers refused to follow crew instructions and were offloaded.' 

The airline confirmed to Daily Mail Australia on Sunday that the twins were able to board at later flight for Brisbane, which took off at 12pm. 

The twin singers made a lengthy statement made on a plane passenger's Instagram account

The twin singers made a lengthy statement made on a

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