Two easyJet passengers who had sex in a plane toilet on a flight to Ibiza emerged to applause and cheers of ‘top girl’ as they wandered shamelessly back to their seats.
An earlier clip recorded passengers whooping and screaming with delight when a cabin crew member opened the door to expose the duo having sex.
The footage taken on the flight from Luton appears to show the pair were in no mood to stop early, with the man promptly shutting the door again so they could join the so-called ‘Mile High Club’.
A second clip sees the pair waving their arms defiantly with no hint of blushing as they walk down the aisle of the plane to their seats, while thrilled passengers cheered them on.
The plane was met by police when it landed in Ibiza and the duo were led away.
The couple who had sex in the toilet emerged to whoops and cheers on the Easyjet flight from Luton to Ibiza
There was no hint of blushing as the pair walked down the aisle of the plane to their seats, while thrilled passengers cheered them on
Two easyJet passengers were caught by a cabin crew member having sex on the flight to Ibiza
An EasyJet spokesperson told MailOnline the flight was met by police on arrival on the Spanish party island.
Those in the rear seats who watched the situation unfold appeared to find what was happening hilarious and could be seen watching opened mouthed. One woman was heard screaming ‘Oh my f***ing God’, before asking her friend if she had videoed what happened.
But the cabin crew member seemed unsure how to respond and could be seen in the clip holding his head in the hands after catching the couple in the act.
The video has been shared widely on social media, with one user joking: ‘Ryanair would charge extra.’ Another added: ‘Hope that wasn’t the pilot.’
The incident happened on an easyJet flight from London Luton to Ibiza last Friday (file image)
An easyJet spokeswoman told MailOnline: ‘We can confirm that this flight from Luton to Ibiza on September 8 was met by police on arrival due to the behaviour of two passengers onboard.’
The identity of the couple is not known and it has also not been confirmed whether any arrests were made in Ibiza.
Bedfordshire Police, which is responsible for policing at Luton Airport, confirmed to MailOnline that it was not involved in the response.
Section 71 of the Sexual Offences Act 2004 states that it is illegal to have sex in a lavatory to which the public has access.