SNAP Plane passenger masturbates strips attacks stewardess
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Eyewitness reports tell of the flyer performing a sex act on himself while ‘ignoring all those around him’ after taking off from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A PASSENGER was tied up and dragged off a plane after he stripped off and performed a sex act on himself while watching porn before attacking a stewardess, according to reports.
The 20-year-old, reportedly from Bangladesh, shed his clothes, whipped out his laptop and began watching sex films shortly after the Malindo Air flight departed from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, according to local media.
The man, said to be a student at a Malaysian university, initially put his clothes back on after being asked by cabin crew, the New Straits Times newspaper reports.
But he then tried to hug stewardesses while on his way to the toilet.
When his advances were rejected he is said to have become aggressive and attacked a stewardess.
The cabin crew and passengers reportedly managed to tie him up with a piece of cloth and contained him for the rest of the flight, which was on Saturday.
The man “ignored all those around him” as he perofrmed the sex act on himself, according to another passenger quoted by The Sun Daily.
And he also urinated on his seat, according to Malaysian website Star Online.
There was no indication as to why he was acting strangely.
Sun Online has contacted the airline, a Malaysian subsidiary of an Indonesian company, for comment and is awaiting a reply.
In a statement published in local media, the company said a “disruptive passenger” was tied up on the flight to Dhaka, Bangladesh, and was arrested on arrival.
It said: “The crew on board has followed the standard operating procedure in restraining the passenger from causing further disruption on board the flight.
“The disruptive passenger was accompanied by Dhaka security team upon arrival and he has been put to jail by the authorities there.
“The airline will continue to stay vigilant to ensure passengers travel soundly.”Read More...