A man on a flight from Detroit to Denver was exposed for sharing a lewd photo of himself with all of the passengers.
The man, only identified as “Larry” was confronted for allegedly Airdropping a photo of a woman performing fellatio on him to the entire Southwest Airlines flight.
A fellow female passenger posted the confrontation with Larry in a now-viral TikTok post under the username @DaddyStrange333.
The video begins as a flight attendant confronts Larry to tell him his behavior was unacceptable.
“Why are you doing that?” a flight attendant asks Larry.
“Just having a little fun,” he replies.
While the conversation with the flight attendant is hard to hear in the video, @DaddyStrange333 has a much more vocal confrontation.
“Meet Larry who just airdropped a whole flight photos of his peepee,” the caption on the video reads.”
“Thankfully I accepted it, saw who was sending it, and immediately started speaking up. Stay tuned for the police escort.”
After the flight attendant left, @DaddyStrange333 yells at Larry to tell him his act was sexual harassment.
“Do you have a TikTok, she asks.
He replies, “I don’t,” to which she says, “Oh darn,” seemingly implying she wanted him to see himself being exposed in her posts.
The FBI allegedly told her they were trying to book him for the weekend but did not provide further details.
Southwest Airlines was able to confirm the incident and released a statement.
“We can confirm this unfortunate incident occurred on a recent flight from Detroit to Denver,” a Southwest Airlines spokesperson told The New York Post. “Our Flight Attendants immediately addressed the situation and the Crew requested local law enforcement officers meet the flight upon arrival, which they did and subsequently apprehended the individual responsible.
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