There's nothing like an inconsiderate fellow passenger to ruin a flight, and one traveller wasn't happy when his seat mate decided to take off his trousers for the duration of the service.
Kumail Nanjiani took a host of pictures of the incident, which we first saw at The Sun, and shared them on his Twitter page a couple of days later.
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They show the man without his trousers on making himself completely at home by also by also putting his feet up on the wall in front of him.
Tweet storm. I was on a plane a couple of days ago. A guy took off his jeans & lounged around in his boxers with his feet up on the wall. pic.twitter.com/CHcsWXnlNB— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) December 28, 2016
Flight attendants' requests for him to put his feet down didn't go down so well apparently.
After 4 hours, a flight attendant finally said "Could you please put your feet down? People are walking through here." 40 second stare down.— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) December 28, 2016
But the foot was defiantly back up soon after.
5 mins go by & he thrusts one foot back up like a fist raised against an unjust sky. pic.twitter.com/HsYGAK6TO8— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) December 28, 2016
Kumail also tweeted that the man was generally unpleasant, writing: "This guy was rude to the staff the entire time. If he didn't get the flight attendant's attention, he would slam his fist on the armrest."
And he didn't put his trousers back on right until the end of the flight.
Descending. No jeans. Right before landing, he stands in the aisle, in defiance of decency & lighted seatbelt signs. He puts on his jeans. pic.twitter.com/s2pa4draEJ— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) December 28, 2016
He walks off the plane. No police is waiting for him. No justice. He adjusts his belt, and the monster blends into a crowd.— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) December 28, 2016
We feel your pain Kumail. See more tales of seriously annoying plane passengers below: