We may need to hit the reset button when it comes to unruly and disruptive passengers because things are getting stranger by the day.

A TikTok user is calling out a passenger for sending his penis picture to passengers on a recent Southwest Airlines flight.

TikTok user DaddyStrange333 captioned the video:

“Meet Larry, who just airdropped a whole flight photos of his peepee. Thankfully I accepted it, saw who was sending it, and immediately started speaking up.”

A flight attendant appears about 7 seconds into the video when you hear the passenger recording telling the crewmember about his lewd pictures.

“Are you Larry? Why are you doing that?” the flight attendant asks the man who allegedly sent the video.

“Just having a little fun,” he answered.

The flight attendant explains to the wanna-be jokester how there is nothing funny about the picture. Simultaneously, the passenger recording had a few words herself.

“It’s sexual harassment, mainly. Disgusting. It is assault,” she explains.

Larry seems apologetic in the video, but DaddyStrange says not so fast. He allegedly went back to viewing the photo, which DaddyStrange says shows a woman performing oral sex on him.


Lawrence Martin from Texas, grossssssss. I saw his ipad had airdrop open so I knew it was him, and yes, i sure did make a scene

♬ original sound – DaddyStrange

The Legal Battle Mr. Larry Faces

At least seven passengers met with the FBI once the plane landed. Larry was escorted off the plane by federal agents.

“We can confirm this unfortunate incident occurred on a recent flight from Detroit to Denver,” a Southwest Airlines spokesperson tells The New York Post. “Our Flight Attendants immediately addressed the situation, and the Crew requested local law enforcement officers meet the flight upon arrival, which they did and subsequently apprehended the individual responsible.”

The spokesperson adds, “Southwest Airlines maintains zero tolerance for this obscene and unacceptable behavior, and we offer our sincere apologies to the other Customers onboard.”

In some states, sexting can lead to serious criminal charges that rise to the level of stalking, harassment, and invasion of privacy. Another legal issue for the passenger is if a minor received the picture, it could be considered child pornography or sexual exploitation.


Tldr: we got airdropped some n00ds and Larry acted like it was a casual Friday on our flight to Denver

♬ original sound – DaddyStrange