Photo: Warner Bros.
I’m not a fan of flying as it is, as my fear of heights prevents me from even being a few feet off the ground. But you know what I’m scared of more than heights? Crying children on planes, because there’s no where to go unless you kick open the emergency exit. Well, passengers on a Lufthansa flight from Germany to Newark, New Jersey may have considered that option.
For the entire eight hour flight, passengers on the flight had to deal with a three-year-old boy who decided that that day was the day he was going to use up all his energy and pour it into one hell of a tantrum, and New York City artist Shane Townley was able to film the ordeal and of course share it for all to see. Here’s how he titled his footage:
“Demonic child screams and runs through an 8 hour flight from Germany to Newark.”
“Can we get the Wi-Fi going so we can get the iPad going?” Yep, that mom actually asked that. In reality, she should have asked if they could reach out to a priest. That would have been a better plan.
And as you can tell this kid did everything from yell, sit on the back of seats, run up and down the aisles, hit the ceiling and just drive everyone mad.
And Twitter of course had their responses:
I would have jumped from the plane.
— SB (@ShannonCLK) February 14, 2018
I’ve been campaigning to have qualified exorcists on every flight for years, but nobody took me seriously. Now people have suffered unnecessarily – Demonic child torments passengers on 8-hour transatlantic flight https://t.co/PjEE1788ty
— Topic Of Outrage (@TopicOfOutrage) February 14, 2018
— DeeMarie Therese (@Peony459) February 14, 2018
Now of course we don’t know if this young lad has some sort of issue, but whatever the case may be we just hope that mom or dad can calm the kid for a couple of minutes next time around.
h/t Pop Culture