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Two passengers onboard a Silver Airways flights from Ft. Lauderdale, which was bound for Mexico, were caught joining the Mile High Club, in their seats. Apparently, they felt there was no reason to attempt to join in the lavatory, so took it upon themselves to join at 35,000 feet from their seats, however not without other passengers taking notice.
However, it seems that only passengers took note of this, as the flight attendants did nothing to intervene the situation.
Per the NY Post,
Two amorous passengers were apparently so desperate to join the Mile High Club, they did so in the comfort of their seats, in full view of a stunned couple who recorded their romp — and then sent it to their adult daughter.
“My mom and dad were just trying to have a peaceful trip to Mexico and then they sent me this,” Kiley Tully wrote along with a shocking clip she posted on Twitter.
The 45-second selfie video, which has received almost 3.6 million views, caught the couple in flagrante delicto as the woman straddles her partner at the back of the unidentified airliner.
The brunette, clad in a white outfit, is clearly seen thrusting up and down on the man two rows behind Tully’s parents, who look at each other in amazement at the in-flight entertainment.
At one point, the camera pans toward the front of the plane to show the rest of the passengers, who are apparently oblivious to the turbulence a few rows back.
Florida-based Silver Airways confirmed to The Post that the video was taken on one of its planes.
My mom and dad were just trying to have a peaceful trip to Mexico and then they sent me this…….. pic.twitter.com/QxE6JskzuE
— Kiley Tully (@KileyTully) June 17, 2018
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