Watch as pilot threatens to turn plane around & ruin everyone's holiday if passenger doesn’t stop disgusting habit | The Sun

THIS is the moment a fed-up pilot threatens to turn the plane around and ruin everyone's holiday.

A Southwest Airlines pilot warned he would keep the plane grounded if one of the passengers didn't stop their disgusting habit.

It appears that one of the flight's passengers was using AirDrop to send nude photos to other tourists.

The clip was shared by Tiktoker Teighlor Marsalis with the caption: "robloxsouthwestair takes airdropping nudes very seriously. "

In the video the pilot can be heard saying: "So here is 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 [everyone's] vacation is going to be ruined.

"Thank you folks. Whatever that AirDrop thing is, quit sending naked pictures, let's get yourself to Cabo."


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Social media users found the situation amusing and compared the pilot to a dad who scolds his misbehaving children.

One said: "I’m gonna turn this plane around and everyone’s vacation will be ruined. Haha major dad vibes"

Another one wrote: "Pilot has ultimate authority. He doesn't need a reason. If he doesnt like something thats his choice"

One commented: “Don’t make me come back there” vibe".

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Someone wondered: "Why would anyone accept an airdrop from a stranger????"

It comes as, in May, travellers were AirDropped pictures of plane disasters, leading to one passenger having a panic attack and another fainted.

The pilot returned to the gate after the crew made them aware, and police were called, who arrested nine passengers, all in their late teens.

Last year passengers of a United flight were left terrified after they received a photo of a gun via Apple's AirDrop.

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The prankster was a teenager who had used Apple's AirDrop, a file-sharing feature, to share images of an Airsoft gun.

A number of flights have been cancelled after children made threats to the plane, seeming to be trying to play a practical joke.

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