A Southwest Airlines pilot on a flight to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, recently took to the plane’s intercom and threatened to return the aircraft to its departure gate at the airport if passengers didn’t stop sending nude photos to him via iPhone’s AirDrop feature. (Through AirDrop, iPhone users are able to send digital files to other Apple products in close range without using Wi-Fi or cellular data)
So here’s the deal, if this continues while we’re on the ground, I’m going to have to pull back to the gate, everybody’s going to have to get off, we’re going to have to get security involved and [your] vacation is going to be ruined
Receiving unwanted skin pics while on an airplane has, unfortunately, become part of the traveling experience.
In June, a male passenger on a Southwest flight AirDropped a sexually explicit photo to his fellow flyers. Upon landing, police escorted the man off the aircraft.
Watch the video below:
@teighmars @robloxsouthwestair takes airdropping nudes very seriously. #AEJeansSoundOn #WorldPrincessWeek ♬ original sound – Teighlor Marsalis
Well damn hahahahahahah. These people needs to chill.