| Last updated
A woman has shocked passengers on a plane after taking a wee in full view of other passengers on a flight.
You reckon we're taking the piss with this one, right? Nope, it is 100 percent real.
The incident took place on the appropriately named Wizz Air flight between Warsaw and Luton on Saturday after the woman claimed that she drastically needed to use the toilet but was not allowed to do so by airline staff.
Passengers are not allowed to use the toilet during the take-off or landing of planes - or the period directly before or afterwards - for safety reasons, a rule which airline staff are obliged to enforce.
"You have to help me before the flight takes off," she is heard to say in Polish to the person behind the camera.
"I am peeing in the aircraft," she then says, as puddles of urine form around her feet. "I asked them (cabin crew) if I could use the toilet, but they said I could not right now.
"So I am peeing in the galley. Right in front of them."
The bizarre footage shows the woman with her underwear around her knees as pee flows over the floor of the galley, where the plane's food is kept.
"The police are coming because it is my fault. All my fault," she continues.
A couple interrupt the video and speak to the woman, with a female passenger with a British accent asking in English: "Are you being serious?"
The passenger continues: "That is disgusting. You are a grown woman."
"Yeah, I know. I did ask," the woman replies, to which a man responds: "So you think it is okay to piss on the floor?"
Wizz Air released a statement that explained their position on the incident, which read: "On Wizz Air flight W6 1309 from Warsaw to London Luton a passenger was reported to become unruly during landing, ignoring crew instructions.
"The cabin crew handled the situation as they are trained to do and reported the passenger's behaviour to the respective authorities.
"After disembarkation, while waiting for the authorities' arrival, the situation escalated.
"The aircraft was refuelling and therefore the lavatories could not be used, as is standard procedure.
"As a result, the passenger's behaviour became aggressive and offensive towards the crew.
"Safety is our top priority and the airline has zero tolerance for abusive behaviour.
"This is now a matter for the police."
Chosen for YouChosen for You
Most Read StoriesMost Read