THIS is the awkward moment a couple are caught emerging from a plane toilet together after ten minutes.
Passengers busting for the loo were filmed queuing on the United Airlines flight before a man finally exited – quickly followed by a woman.
And the clip, filmed by beach volleyballer Stafford Slick, has since gone viral with the athlete joking “now I’ve seen everything”.
The footage first shows a line of women waiting for a “ballpark of ten minutes” outside the loo.
At one point, a flight attendant with a drinks trolley walks past – remarking “you’re still right here” to one of the women waiting.
The passenger then replied: “There’s folks in there.”
Finally, the bathroom door opens, with a man in a red jumper and black bumbag appearing.
Just a few seconds later, a woman in a matching red jumper also walks out from the cramped room, apparently having just joined the Mile High Club.
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Sharing the video on Instagram, bemused Slick wrote: “These women had been posted up on the lavatory, ready for a ballpark of 10 minutes.”
Capturing the moment the couple emerge from the bathroom, he then added: “I’ve been on a LOT of flights… this is a first.”
It is unclear where Slick was headed, however he later said it was a United Airlines flight.
He added: “Couldn’t believe my eyes…I’ve heard the legends, but never thought I would see it in real life #milehigh #travel #nowiveseeneverything #unitedairlines”
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It comes after flight attendants revealed the worst attempts that passengers had made to join the Mile High Club – including one couple who couldn’t fit into the bathroom.
A couple flying on a Jetstar flight were also caught trying to do the deed in their seats while on a flight in Australia.
It’s not unusual – with 78 per cent of cheeky passengers dreaming of joining the Mile High Club, a recent survey revealed.
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