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Woman claims rough Southwest passenger masturbate during the entire flight: “I’m so disgusted’

The southwest has confirmed that it is “looking into” claims that a man is masturbating his iPad aboard a flight from Las Vegas to Philadelphia on Tuesday.

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Southwest Airlines has confirmed that it is “looking into” claims that a man is masturbating aboard a flight from Las Vegas to Philadelphia on Tuesday, but the female passenger who was sitting next to him told Fox News she wanted the airline would do more.

The passenger reported the man’s alleged behavior to the Southwest via Twitter as it happened, that they would bring themselves in danger by leaving her chair.

“[I] spent the whole flight sat next to a man who has his iPad open on the tray table, watching porn, WITHOUT the use of headphones or something, and now twice in his body began to shake in the throes of his orgasmic bliss,” she wrote.

“I’m so nauseous,” she added.

Uhh @SouthwestAir we have a problem. I have this whole flight sat next to a man who has his iPad open on the tray table, watching porn, WITHOUT the use of headphones or something, and now twice in his body began to shake in the throes of his orgasmic bliss. I am so sick. pic.twitter.com/3an0ukXXyt

— the real elly-ice™ (@shariatPR) 29 May 2018

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The woman told Fox News that the male passenger rude behavior began shortly after take-off and continued through the almost five hour flight.

As soon as he turned the iPad on, she said, she could see a pornographic video to load in your browser. At first she thought that it was a grievous mistake of the man, but soon saw him watch video after video as if it was nothing.”

“The first time he was ‘finishing’, ‘ he used his left hand and grabbed my right forearm, pinning it down to the arm rest between us,” the woman told Fox News. “It made it clear to me how strong he was, given how powerful his grip was, which is why I felt uncomfortable and reached SW on Twitter in the hope that they would ask for my seat number, and the knowledge of someone, because I didn’t know when he would try to physically do something different as I went to take a photo or a video, nor do I want to find out,” she says.

In her tweets, the woman claimed that the man did not try to hide his actions or his penis. She also said that after his orgasm he gave the stewardess his used napkins to dispose of.

“There is no way to get your employees on this flight have not experienced what has happened,” she said.

Southwest responded to the passenger’s tweets, and tells her to inform a flight attendant of the man and his behavior, but the woman claimed that she could not do it without himself in danger,” as she was stuck between the man and the other sleeping passenger.

There is literally no way to do that without putting myself into danger. He is in the window. I am in the middle. And there is someone dead sleeping on my left side. I can’t move. That is the reason why I bought Wi-fi to tweet.

— the real elly-ice™ (@shariatPR) 29 May 2018

Southwest then suggested that they talk with the crew in the landing, which the woman agreed.

“Fine. I will stay on board until everyone else gets off the flight, the continuation of the torture, because that is exactly what someone who is being attacked, such as this wants to do,” she wrote.

Fine. I will stay on board until everyone else gets off the flight, the continuation of the torture, because that is exactly what someone who is being attacked, such as this wants to do.

— the real elly-ice™ (@shariatPR) 29 May 2018

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The passenger told TMZ that they are, indeed, speak with the staff at the landing, but not before the inappropriate passenger stood up from his chair, patted her on the head, and told her that he hoped she “enjoyed the show.”

Southwest of the crew reportedly told her to escalate her complaint to a supervisor, who then offered her a voucher for a free dinner.

The southwest has released a statement confirming that it would be investigating the incident, but not whether a representative had been in contact with the female passenger.

“We are looking into reports that a Customer was viewing material deemed inappropriate by a different Customer,” said Southwest. “At this moment we have nothing further to share.”

From 9 a.m. EST Wednesday, the female passenger tells Fox News that no one from the West had reached her directly.

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When replying to a Twitter commenter, the woman added that she shared her story in public to bring about change for the aviation industry and bring awareness to people who are trapped in a similar situation.

“More than anything, I hope that my coming forward about this will help you to have a number of immediate and overdue changes in the sector on the proper handling of these situations and prevent them in the first place,” she wrote.

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