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There's nothing more frustrating than when your flight is overbooked, except perhaps for the chafing of a constrictive set of clothes. One man traveling through Charlotte Douglas International Airport on Wednesday morning found a way to relieve both of those burdens at once. Tragically, however, it ended with him in handcuffs.

Sherry Ketchie was also in Charlotte airport on Wednesday when she heard a commotion. Moving over to investigate, she discovered the man angrily yelling at some airline employees. His flight to Jamaica had been overbooked, and he was becoming increasingly agitated. Ketchie told WBTV:

"I seen some people running and I was wondering what they was running from and people were standing there snickering, so I walked over and [an airport employee] told me the man was angry over the Jamaican flight… He had his clothes on, at that point, and then he started standing there with his arms crossed and hollering at the lady at the desk. He stood there for a moment and then started taking off his clothes. I ain't never seen nothing [like that] in my life."

Ketchie reported that the man became silent as he started removing his clothes, and then stood naked in the concourse for about an hour before he was removed by police. I'm not sure why it took the police an hour to deal with him – maybe they were stuck in line at Cinnabon or something. During that abundance of time, Ketchie took out her phone and started snapping pictures.


Who wouldn't want to show off such a majestic shorts tan? (via Sherry Ketchie)

These images really tell a story. In the first one, his stance is proud and defiant. In the second, his posture is slightly less erect, as he begins to see the consequences of his actions. In the last, he is a broken man. He docilely lets himself to be led away by police, his head bowed and his paunch sticking out over his defeated penis (not pictured). This wild stallion has been tamed.

Police report that the man was taken in for medical evaluation and treatment, but will not be charged with a crime. Personally, I hope he made it to Jamaica. If there's one place a maverick like him would be accepted, it's there.

Sources: WBTV