A horrified young woman has described her flight from hell, after the man seated next to her began making himself a little too comfortable.
Let's face it — it's hard to make flying a pleasant experience.
You're cramped into a tiny box in the sky with hundreds of other people, the space is limited, and the food sucks. Whether you opt for yoga pants or a neck-pillow, it's fair enough that you want to be as comfortable as possible.
But one Air France passenger took "getting comfortable" to gross new heights.
Lizzie Thompson was flying from Paris to Los Angeles when she said a fellow passenger came on board and removed his pants, shoes and socks for the 10-and-a-half-hour flight.
She tried to get the flight attendants' attention, but noted they seemed "unconcerned" by the display.
It gets more bizarre.
The passenger then allegedly shouted at a man who boarded with a ukulele to "COME SIT WITH ME AND MAKE SOME MUSIC".
He also stole "4 mini bottles of wine from the cart" two hours into the flight. And, perhaps strangest of all, eventually became cold enough to put a thick winter jacket on — despite the fact that his pants remained off for the duration of the flight.
People on social media were appalled by the man's behaviour:
Lizzie noted that a flight attendant did give her the choice of moving to another seat, but as she'd paid for extra leg room she didn't want to.
She instead suggested the attendant to tell the man to put some pants on, but he merely "shrugged".
On the plus side, at least it brought the rest of the passengers together:
Always wear something more than underwear on your flights, ladies and gents. That goes without saying.