A LOT Dreamliner 787 (photo: Ziv Reinstein, editor: Yotam)
Just about a month ago we reported on Vala!
Tourism about a drunken passenger who urinated on a 70-year-old female passenger on an Air India flight from New York to Delhi, and here he is getting another serial urinate - a passenger on a flight of the Polish airline LOT (LOT) from New York to Warsaw, who simply threw his water on one of the plane's doors.
There is no doubt: we certainly miss the days when unruly passengers were punished by the airlines simply for not wearing a mask, and not for urinating in public, for example.
The incident happened on flight LO27 on January 26.
According to reports in the American media, about an hour and a half before landing, a middle-aged man got up from his seat, walked towards the plane's kitchen, rolled up his pants and underwear - and urinated on the exit door of the Dreamliner (Boeing 787-8).
The airline decided to ban the passenger from flying with them for the rest of his life.
Lot (Photo: ShutterStock)
"After relieving himself, the passenger cooperated"
Since there was no perceived safety hazard for the other passengers, the captain decided not to deviate from the route but to continue as planned to Warsaw.
It was also reported that "after relieving himself, the passenger cooperated."
However, the Polish airline takes this case seriously, and has decided to ban the passenger from flying with them for the rest of his life.
In fact, this is the first time in the airline's history that it bans a passenger from boarding its flights outright for life.
Some of the published details of the event were confirmed by the company's spokesperson on Lott's Twitter account.
And as we already mentioned at the beginning, this is not the first "urination incident" that happened on a passenger plane.
The previous case, which happened in the business class of an Air India flight, became a story with global resonance, which led to the dismissal of that passenger from the company he worked for - Wells Fargo, the American financial services giant.
Less than two weeks after that incident, this type of incident happened again on an Air India plane.
More in Walla!
The passenger urinated on a 70-year-old female passenger on the flight.
This is the outrageous punishment he received
To the full article
"Lost it" after a drink or two?
A woman was asked what causes a person to urinate on a plane outside the toilet about 90 minutes before landing.
It must be assumed that this is not a passenger who boarded the plane drunk, since after so many hours of flight from New York, he would have become sober.
Did the staff serve him too much alcohol?
Is this someone who has a real problem holding back?
Or maybe it's just a person who enjoys exposing himself and a drink or two is enough to make him "lose it"?
We probably won't know the answer.