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This Plane Passenger Did WHAT Mid-Flight?


When travelling on a plane there are a few things we hope we can avoid when it comes to our fellow passengers.

It might be annoying people who hog the arm rest, or those who want to chat to you non-stop when you want a nap, or maybe they bring a creaming child onto the flight.

But all of these annoyances are NOTHING compared to what passengers on a domestic flight in the US had to deal with.

A woman on a flight from Denver, Colorado to Charleston, North Carolina photographed a drunken passenger PEEING on the seat in front of him.


CBS News reports the man was drinking double shots of vodka during the flight, with one passenger telling federal police that he appeared both “intoxicated and possibly high”.

He was originally seated next to two women, and grabbed one of them woman while she was sleeping.

A fellow passenger told Denver’s Fox 31. “I hear a woman scream, ‘If this man f***ing touches me one more time I’ll f***ing kill him,”

The man was then kicked out of his seat and moved to an empty row near the back of the plane.

The passenger,named Emily then said, “They [cabin crew] bring the man to the back across from me, so they said you might want to get up just in case he tries to touch you,”

Emily took out her phone to take a picture of the man just as he unzipped his pants and urinated on the seat in front of him.

“And I scream, ‘He’s f***ing peeing. He’s peeing. Oh my God’,” Emily said.

“And the flight attendant doesn’t even acknowledge him at first. [The attendant] acknowledges me and says you need to calm down and stop cursing.”

The man was arrested when the plane landed at Charleston and was charged with interfering with a flight crew and two counts of indecent exposure, which could see him face up to 20 years in prison if convicted.

Frontier Airlines said in a statement that the“safety and security of our passengers is our top priority”.

“We have been made aware of this situation and are working with the appropriate authorities,” 

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