Many Passengers Sent Pictures of the Crash, This Flight Almost Canceled
The pilot of Southwest Airlines, an airline company from the United States, threatened to have an abortion after another person inside. airplane send nude photos to other passengers.
Nude pictures or it is known that the message was sent through Apple’s AirDrop file transfer service and happened on a Southwest Airlines flight that was about to fly from William P. Hobby Airport Houston, USA to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
“So here is the agreement, if this (sending nude photos) continues while we are on the tarmac, I will go back to the door, everyone should get down, we will join security and… there will be a break. be a mess,” said the pilot in a video that has apparently been viewed nearly 2.7 million times on the social media platform TikTok.
“So you guys, whatever AirDrop is, stop posting nude pictures and let’s go to Cabo,” the pilot continued.
The video of the pilot was taken by one of the passengers, Teighlor Marsalis. Marsalis said CNN that he and his friends only went up airplane when you receive a notification about a file being shared via AirDrop.
With AirDrop, you can send photos, locations, videos, and more wirelessly to other nearby Apple devices, including Mac computers. AirDrop transfers data using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, both of which must be turned on.
Southwest Airlines. (Photo: AP/Ted S. Warren)
Marsalis himself stated that he refused to accept the file, but the two women in front of him accepted the submission and showed him the photo. “Someone just AirDropped it himself and sent it to everyone,” he said.
According to him, the women were upset that the nude photos were published and they told the story of what happened to a flight attendant. The flight attendant then informed the pilot of the incident.
Marsalis decided to videotape the incident, thinking something would happen.
“The safety, security and well-being of our customers and employees is the Southwest team’s top priority at all times. When they become aware of a potential problem, our employees address the issue to support the comfort of those traveling with us ,” said Southwest Airlines. in a statement.
Marsalis said the pilot was very skilled and handled the situation properly. A flight attendant went around to check on everyone and after about ten minutes the crew went through their safety procedures and took off. After that, he said, nothing happened in the plane.