Flights will always have at least two toilets available to passengers yet one passenger decided to not bother using either bathroom. A horrifying viral video has captured the man urinating in the middle of the plane. The revolting clip from an unidentified Russian flight shows him standing up in his aisle seat. A pile of tissues is on the floor and the passenger seems to be urinating directly into the rubbish.
Some of the tissues in the aisle appear to have already soaked up a lot of liquid.
The man’s bare bottom is on full display as his underwear is pulled down to around his knees.
He is using his right hand to support himself on the seat on the opposite side of the aisle.
The man can be seen swaying slightly as he relieves himself in this gruesome fashion.
According to Russian media which shared the footage, the man was drunk when the incident occurred.
One comment on the alarming footage read: “Yet another drunk creature on board a plane.
It added: “We can only sympathise with the passengers forced to witness it.”
Plenty of other people can be seen in the clip sitting around the plane yet the ‘drunk’ man shows no concern for their feelings.
The case is reported to be under investigation by authorities.
The footage appeared on Russian media last week but there were no details of which flight it was on or when exactly it was filmed.
Another Russian flight hit the headline last week after a plane passenger who began “attacking” people around him after reportedly drinking from a bottle of whisky was tied up by his fellow passengers to prevent from causing harm mid-flight.
Shocking images from the flight to Russia shows the man, believed to be 26 years old, lying on his front on the aircraft galley floor with his hands behind his back. His hands are hog-tied to his ankles with tape and belts.
According to reports, the passenger had recently been released from prison in Thailand.
After taking off, the cabin crew had struggled to control the man in question and the pilot said he was prepared to make an emergency landing as a result of the violent flyer.
Passengers hogtied him and he remained on the floor for around four hours until the A320 flight reached Novosibirsk, Russia’s third largest city.
His “offensive and threatening behaviour” had started just three hours into the seven-hour 45 minutes flight, according to witnesses.