United business class passenger caught watching explicit adult content on flight

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There are plenty of perks that come with flying business class: priority boarding, early check-in, and express queues, to name a few. 

One business class passenger, however, seems to have tried to get an extra ‘perk’ on a United Airlines flight.

Twitter user @momxfourboys took to social media to expose a fellow business class passenger on United Airlines.

“Are there no consequences for watching porn on your planes?” she tweeted, tagging and addressing United Airlines.

In her Tweet, she said that she complained to a flight attendant, who told the passenger, “You can’t watch that.”

The passenger, however, only stopped momentarily and continued watching.

Based on the complaining passenger’s tweets, it can be surmised that the incident occurred on an international flight on United Airlines’ Polaris business class cabin.

“I worry about flying international, especially in Polaris, where I spend many hours sleeping if the man in front of me is openly watching hardcore porn… with the sound on!” she tweeted.

Some netizens replied to her tweet, saying they found it “creepy” that she was “spying” on the passenger to the point that she could see what he was watching on his mobile phone. 

In her defense, the passenger said that she did not have to “creep” to see, and that she was walking back towards her seat from the lavatory when she saw what he was up to. 

United Airlines replied to her tweet, saying that it was “concerning” to hear, and requested flight details so that it could investigate further.

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Jean Carmela Lim
Journalist[br][br]Jean is a member of AeroTime’s editorial team, working as an aviation writer and based in Manila, Philippines. Previously, she worked in operational aviation roles in Manila, Philippines and Seoul, South Korea before moving to Australia to work in corporate and government travel. In 2012, Jean established her own luxury and adventure travel blog, Holy Smithereens. She is also a contributor for World Travel Market London, one of the biggest annual events in the travel sector. She covers trends and issues in hospitality and luxury travel for a B2B market, interviewing key personalities in the industry.
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