Passengers aboard a flight from Florida to Newark, New Jersey, were in for a shock when an unruly fellow traveler bent over to flash them.
The female passenger had reportedly been making a scene while onboard the Spirit Airlines flight from Orlando International Airport, and was reported to be ‘intoxicated and upset’.
Matters escalated after a flight attendant asked her to turn off her phone before take off, leading to the woman becoming angry.
You can watch the footage for yourself below:
After being asked to leave the plane, the unnamed woman bent over to twerk and flash the rest of the flight passengers, declaring:
Record all you f*cking want!
As passengers filmed her behaviour, the woman could be seen angrily collecting her bags from the overhead compartment and shouting at others on the flight.
After one passenger commented, ‘so proud to be trashy, I love it’, the woman became even more infuriated. She described the passenger as being a ‘p*ssy a*s h*e’, and advised her to ‘go bite me then, b*tch’.
The woman eventually can be seen exiting the flight, while passengers in the packed cabin cheer and wave enthusiastically.
What is wrong with in flight entertainment?
— Samantha38g #bbwgoddess Queen of Cucks (@Sam38G) April 9, 2019
A passenger aboard the flight has since commented:
I was on a Spirit Airlines flight to Newark. This passenger was intoxicated and upset. The flight attendant commented on turning off her mobile device and she got mad and started yelling.
The causal wave good bye from one of the other passengers. At least they didn’t escort her off at 30,000 feet.
— derf winsor (@derf_winsor) April 9, 2019
Spirit Airlines reportedly has three daily non-stops between the destinations of Orlando and Newark.
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Jules studied English Literature with Creative Writing at Lancaster University before earning her masters in International Relations at Leiden University in The Netherlands (Hoi!). She then trained as a journalist through News Associates in Manchester. Jules has previously worked as a mental health blogger, copywriter and freelancer for various publications.