Flying can really be a nightmare, but you will never complain about the monotonies of air travel ever again after hearing about this passenger who decided to travel in his underwear. Comedian Kumail Nanjiani, who plays Dinesh on HBO's Silicon Valley, was stuck sitting beside a dude who took off his pants for the long journey, and he live-tweeted every step of the harrowing and confusing experience.
Wait, is that a wedding ring?! Yep, this guy who thinks it is acceptable to subject people to his pasty thighs found a partner. What's your excuse?
Nanjiani also clarified that the flight was on the long side (5.5 hours), but this monster took off his pants within the first 20 minutes. He also said that he and the exhibitionist were seated in the very front of the airplane, so those entering the cabin were greeted by this "defiant fleshy V" right off the bat.
About 4-hours into the flight, Nanjiani tweeted that a flight attendant finally said something to the man. However, it was NOT ABOUT PUTTING PANTS ON. WHAT!?!?
Still, this rebel without a cause (truly, no cause at all) couldn't be tamed.
Oh, and just in case you had any doubts as to if the guy who literally sat around for over 5 hours subjecting passengers to looking at his unmentionables was a bad dude, he also did this shit.
Nanjiani also added that the half-naked passenger had a USB charger that made multicolored disco lights swirl around the cabin. Is this a Sacha Baron Cohen character or a real person?
However, he did drop some very heavy handed hints about the content of his character prior to boarding. Like, reeeeaaallllllyyyy heavy handed.
Well, you can't say he didn't warn you.
Finally, this mystery man put his clothes back on at the very last second before landing.
Look, I get it. You want to be comfy on a long plane ride, especially if you splurged for first class (which it looks like this guy did). However, that is what sweatpants are for. No one wants to see your naked thighs, sir.
On the other hand, think how fast we would all get through security if we didn't wear pants.