A naked passenger was allegedly held after a walk on the tarmac at Chicago O’hare International Airport.
This passenger was a little too comfortable for his flight.
A naked male passenger was reportedly detained at Chicago O’hare International Airport before boarding his flight, according to multiple witnesses.
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In a tweet of the incident, the unknown man was filmed walking on the asphalt all the way naked. Sources have shared that the man was attempting to board a flight leaving from Chicago.
The man was filmed walking on the tarmac not wearing clothes.
(ORD Airport Insider Twitter)
The tweet, which was shared by ORD Airport Insider, also reported that the passenger was allegedly detained at Gate C10 at Chicago O’hare, in Terminal 1. According to the tweet, the naked individual had tried to board a Delta flight, although Delta is not confirm. Port C10 services United flights.
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In a follow-up tweet, the man was seen being arrested by the police on the asphalt. In the photo, the man appears to be wearing a safety vest around his waist.
It is unclear how the man got on the asphalt, or when he is naked.
The Chicago Police did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
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This is not the first passenger to try to board a plane, while in the nude this week. Yesterday, a traveler passing through Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport, reportedly claimed that the more “aerodynamic” while naked, and soon after stripped of his clothes and tried to board an Ural Airlines flight to the Crimea.
The man, who, as a Moscow-area resident born in 1981, had his way through security at Domodedovo fully dressed, before you are naked somewhere ahead to arrive at the boarding gate, according to The Moscow Times.
Fox News’ Michael Bartiromo contributed to this report.