Last year I wrote about the man who walked through the Nashville airport naked and attempted to buy a ticket.
In 2015 there was a man who stripped naked to protest a flight delay on US Airways.
Sadly this is all much more common than you’d think.
- A flight was delayed 11 hours after a passenger became unruly, stripped naked, and requested sex from a flight attendant.
- A nearly naked man stormed a TSA checkpoint and got tased on the buttocks.
- In May a woman stripped naked and kicked at the cockpit on a Frontier flight.
- A naked man fell through the ceiling of Boston Logan’s terminal C.
Virgin America actually confirms that passengers are welcome to check-in in their underwear.
Credit: Reddit user deftones1
However you’re going to need to wear at least some clothes on the way into the airport, as an Australian man learned after running through a security scanner at the Sydney airport last week.
He was filmed running naked along cars up the ramp for Qantas domestic departures and entering the terminal. Police eventually tackled the man once he breached the checkpoint.
I wouldn’t want to be the cops tackling naked Australian man.
Since this was the obvious outcome, one has to presume the man wasn’t running naked through the airport because he didn’t want to get tackled by law enforcement.
Naturally the whole thing was captured on video:
(HT: Joe Cortez)