Things can get super awkward in the sky when we’re all trapped inside a metal tube together — whether it’s Qantas offering on demand sex ed through its entertainment system, a celebrity’s child peeing on a brand new Vietnam Airlines Airbus A350, a child forced to pee on her seat on JetBlue (the airline apologized) or passengers urinating on each other inflight (also on JetBlue).
Nonetheless, this is one of the stranger reasons for an awkward urine incident: a man “became angry because he was not allowed to smoke or drink onboard.”
A shirtless man reportedly sparked a “massive brawl” on board an Air Mediterranee flight after uritinating on a fellow passenger.
Flight ML2673 was flying from the Algerian capital of Algiers to Paris on Monday afternoon when flight attendants were forced to overpower the man after he became unruly.
Apparently the man “crammed his junk between two airline seats and urinated.”
The Air Mediterranee flight diverted to Lyon to offload the passenger, where he was removed forcefully, and arrived 3 hours late in Paris.
Oh, yeah – for some reason the perpetrator decided to take off his shirt, too.
Pro-tip: For those of you who haven’t flown before, jet airplanes usually have lavatories — often both in the forward and aft sections of the aircraft (although there’s some debate as to whether coach passengers ought to use the lavatory in the first class section of the plane).
(HT: Paul H.)