Pilot Hilariously Urges Passengers to Stop AirDropping Nudes

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A TikTok video of a pilot who has had enough AirDrop shenanigans is making the rounds after he threatens to turn the plane around. Someone was sending unsolicited nude photos to other passengers using the iPhone AirDrop app. Passengers said he was giving off “Dad vibes” when he got on the Southwest Airlines speaker to address the travelers.

“So, here’s the deal,” says the pilot. “If this continues while we’re on the ground, I’m going to have to pull back to the gate. Everybody’s going to have to get off. We’re going to have to get security involved. And this vacation is going to be ruined. So, you folks, whatever that AirDrop thing is, quit sending naked pictures. Let’s get yourselves to Cabo.”


@robloxsouthwestair takes airdropping nudes very seriously. #AEJeansSoundOn #WorldPrincessWeek

♬ original sound – Teighlor Marsalis

Comments agreed across the board that the pilot reminded users of car rides with their parents.

The Pilot Was Giving Off “Dad Vibes”

“I’m gonna turn this plane around and everyone’s vacation will be ruined. Haha major dad vibes.”

“This feels like my mom turning around in the car to me and my twin sister “IF YOU 2 DONT STOP I SWEAR TO GOD..”

“Someone made dad mad.”

“That man said it like a parent.”

“This is like a school bus driver on a Friday.”

Although, there were some other ideas floated around on the social media platform.

“Pilot was probably airdropping them to his mistress and messed up so he needed a cover.”

“Pilots just mad because they didn’t get the pictures.”

Probably not, but it’s funny.

Don’t Send Unsolicited Photos On AirDrop While Flying

This isn’t the first time iPhone AirDrop has caused a major nuisance on an airplane flight. An AndoluJet flight headed to Istanbul was once bombarded with a bunch of pictures of crashing airplanes. Passengers felt terrorized and police eventually arrested nine passengers. The sentence for disseminating false information in Israel is three years of prison time.

A United Airlines flight departing San Francisco International Airport had a similar incident when someone sent pictures of a toy gun to people’s iPhones using AirDrop. The plane was evacuated after the pilot announced a “threat on board.” It turned out to be a teenager who didn’t actually have a gun. But either way, everyone’s flight was delayed and passengers were scared.

Moral of the story? Don’t send pictures to random people on AirDrop when you’re on the airplane, folks. It might seem funny but it could also lead to a really bad time.

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