A man was arrested after he sent pictures of his penis to his fellow passengers via AirDrop on a three-hour flight.
One passenger exposed him on TikTok and shared a video of the moment he was confronted while heading from Detroit to Denver on a Southwest Airlines flight.
The TikToker addressed the man as "Larry" and wrote in the video: "Meet Larry who just Airdropped a whole flight photos of his peepee.
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"Thankfully I accepted it, saw who was sending it and immediately started speaking up — stay tuned for the police escort."
In the video, a male passenger leads a flight attendant to Larry's seat and points at him before a woman from the background says: "This man is Airdropping inappropriate photos, I don't think we should look at it."
The air hostess asks the man in blue top: "Are you Larry? Okay why are you doing that?"
The white-haired man nods his head and confirms his name before explaining that he was "just having some fun".
After that, in a follow-up video, the TikToker said Larry continued to look at the pictures he sent out despite people complaining about the inappropriate material.
"I know people are asking for an update: A few of us had to meet with an FBI agent who told us Larry was arrested and will be spending the weekend in whatever airport jail looks like," she said in a second video.
She also recalled the man was looking at a picture of what appeared to be a woman performing oral sex.
"We do think he has a kink, a group of seven or eight of us met with the FBI once we landed and they escorted Larry off the plane," she explained.
"They took our information and will get us updates whenever."
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A spokesperson for Southwest Airlines told New York Post: "We can confirm this unfortunate incident occurred on a recent flight from Detroit to Denver.
"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.
"Southwest Airlines maintains zero tolerance for this obscene and unacceptable behavior, and we offer our sincere apologies to the other Customers onboard."
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