Hong Kong has finally made it big on YouTube. By now, you are probably one of more than 5 million viewers who have watched an astonishing temper tantrum thrown by a woman at the airport after she missed a flight from Hong Kong to San Francisco. Music promoter extraordinaire Hans Ebert (pictured) has now set the infamous video to a hip hop mix, punctuated by the famous lines from the Eagles' Hotel California: 'You can check out any time but you can never leave.' Ebert said: 'We call it the Chek Lap Kok-ed Up Terminal Wei Ling Mix and are very hopeful that the Hong Kong Tourist Association will use this to greet all our visitors and every banker on the run.' Colleague Ian Parkinson, who did the mix, added: 'It's a voice full of anguish, turmoil, soul and an almost childlike quality. This is a voice that has suddenly come to represent Hong Kong. 'Who says Hong Kong has no singing talent? Who says Hong Kong has no soul, no feeling and no empathy towards one's fellow man? In one fell swoop, here is a lady - our very own No1 Sister Soul - who has single-handedly managed to enhance the sound of Hong Kong with an unforgettably moving performance that can only be described as Terminal Wailing. Forget manufactured Canto-pop. This is Canto-wailing at its most pitiful best.' Since the woman has been made a YouTube star for the three-minute screaming fit, Cathay Pacific has apologised to her and offered an upgrade to business class on her next flight and extra air miles. But what was there to apologise for? The woman should be grateful. If she had done it in a US airport, she would have been chained up or shot on the spot.