A disgusted easyJet passenger has complained after having to sit next to a man and woman while they had sex.
Gary Power posted his gripe to the airline’s Facebook page yesterday after boarding his flight to Alicante from Manchester Airport.
The tourist said he boarded the EZY1917 service at 7.10am on Monday and was revolted when the man and women adjacent to him began their romp.
He said: ‘Well done @easyjet – got on my flight from Manchester to Alicante and what happened during the flight?
Gary Power said he boarded the EZY1917 service at 7.10am on Monday and was revolted when the man and women adjacent to him began their romp
‘The man and woman sat next to me proper going for it…and not even being discreet!
‘My particular favourites from the whole experience was that the 2 elderly women sat opposite, whilst distracting (I presume their about 5 year-old granddaughter) so she didn’t see it, couldn’t get enough of it – eyes popping out of their head with disbelief but still having a good nosey.
‘Oh yeah, and the fella sat in front of them who even had the cheek of tell me to move my head so he could get a better look. My eyes have never been so glued to m my iPad so much! 1-0 Brits abroad.’
Gary took to Twitter to complain to the airline. He said an elderly couple watched in disbelief as the mystery couple had sex next to them
easyJet responded to Gary asking him to send them a private message. A spokesman for the company said the romp was not reported to airline staff
It comes amid a spate of lewd and crude behaviour on board flights from Britain to Spain
It comes amid a spate of lewd and crude behaviour on board flights from Britain to Spain, which has airline bosses worried.
In June, Tracey Bolton, 39, and Shaun Edmondson, 31, were accused of having sex on board a Ryanair flight to Ibiza.
Ms Bolton has kept her head down since the video went viral on social media.
Friends of Tracey Bolton, 39, said the mother was told to straddle Shaun Edmondson, 31, because he was upset to have left his pregnant fiancee in the UK
The two people involved in the latest mid-flight romp are yet to be identified.
An easyJet spokesman said: ‘As this alleged activity was not reported to the crew on the flight, they were not able to intervene.
‘We have contacted the passenger who posted the details on social media and have apologised for his experience.’