In the latest episode of sky-high shenanigans, a passenger was left astounded after enduring the sight of two amorous travelers engaging in a marathon cuddle session throughout an entire four-hour flight.

Now, sometimes flying can be an incredibly uncomfortable and nauseating experience. And, sometimes, watching a loved-up couple’s PDA can be an incredibly uncomfortable and nauseating experience.

Well, this is what happens when those two collide at 35,000 feet.

The jaw-dropping incident was captured by X user Flea (@babyibeenajoint), who quickly garnered a whopping 21 million views after sharing photos of his “in-flight show” to the social media platform.

Sharing the eye-popping snapshots, user Flea recounted the surreal experience, expressing disbelief at the spectacle unfolding before his eyes. “Can’t believe my view on the plane,” he wrote. “It was like this the whole 4 hour flight.”

The images depict the unidentified couple entwined in affectionate embraces, sprawled across a row of seats reminiscent of a cozy love nest. To the dismay of onlookers, one of the cuddle enthusiasts even dared to prop her BARE FOOT up on the tray table, elevating the in-flight intimacy to unprecedented heights.

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The images soon sparked a flurry of reactions from appalled viewers, as – unsurprisingly – the X community was quick to voice their disapproval of the airborne display of affection.

One person asked: “How did the flight attendant not say anything???”

A second X user pointed out: “Imagine being in front of them and wondering why it smell like hot feet.”

“This why I’m never flying economy. Ain’t no time to watch this BS,” a third social media user wrote.

Another added: “I hated these types of couples in high school, all in the hall slowing you down.”

Others were so astounded that they were convinced the images had to be AI-generated — but while Flea is yet to respond to these allegations, others were quick to point out that the level of detail was far to high and consistent to be AI.

Per the New York Post, etiquette experts have weighed in on the matter, emphasizing the importance of maintaining proper boundaries during air travel.

According to US etiquette expert Elaine Swann, engaging in overtly intimate behavior crosses the line of good manners, warranting intervention from airline staff. “Once you get to the point where you’re tonguing your partner down, you’ve crossed the line of good manners,” Swann told travel blog The Points Guy.

Patricia Napier-Fitzpatrick, founder of the Etiquette School of New York, echoed this sentiment, advising passengers to alert flight attendants rather than attempting to address the situation themselves.

“It’s best to let a person of authority handle an issue like this, rather than trying to handle it yourself,” Napier-Fitzpatrick said. “I would have the flight attendant ask the parties involved to maintain the proper decorum while they are on the airplane.”


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