Couple Asked To Deboard Plane After They Were Caught Having Sex In Toilet
A couple who were caught in the middle of a sex act in a plane toilet on a recent easyJet flight had to be escorted off the aircraft by police. Mortifying footage of the duo being exposed mid-flight by cabin crew has been widely shared on social media, with a video on X/Twitter being viewed almost five million times.
Viral clip is viewed over five million times
In the video, before the pair are revealed, laughter can be heard in the cabin, with someone shouting "come on" to the staff member – though cabin crew at the rear of the plane appear embarrassed.? ?
A nervous staff member was observed waiting outside the lavatory doors while passengers anxiously anticipated the moment he would open them. When he finally did, the couple was caught in a compromising position.
The man involved hastily closed the door, prompting cheers and surprised shrieks from other passengers. One woman exclaimed, "Oh my God," and asked her friend if she had managed to capture the incident on camera.
#FunFact: On an EasyJet flight, passengers reported two people sneaking into the bathroom for some alone time. While no specific plane law exists in Europe, public indecency can lead to 6 months in jail and a 1000 fine. Airlines count as public places! ??? #easyJet pic.twitter.com/DCyQAfgDp6— Fun Facts (@funfactsrandom) September 11, 2023
Meanwhile, the cabin crew and some passengers also appeared embarrassed as they clapped their hands over their mouths, not sure how to respond.
Netizens are amused
The video quickly circulated on social media, generating laughter and humorous?comments.
One user quipped, "Someone was Easy in this Jet," while another questioned the adults' reactions, saying, "Why are adults laughing and screaming like they never heard about sexual intercourse before?!!" A third user chimed in, "Hope that wasn't the pilot."
According to The Independent, a spokesperson for EasyJet confirmed the incident, stating, "We can confirm that this flight from Luton to Ibiza on 8 September was met by police on arrival due to the behaviour of two passengers onboard." They also mentioned that the authorities were informed, and an investigation was initiated upon the flight's arrival at the Ibiza airport.
While there is no UK law that explicitly deals with sex on a plane, it is "an offence intentionally to engage in sexual activities in a public lavatory" under section 71 of the Sexual Offences Act 2004.?
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