Traveling during the holidays is the absolute worst. Everything is crowded, there's the risk of your flight getting canceled because of snow, and people just don't seem to be in the holiday spirit when they're confined to a tin can.
But comedian Kumail Nanjiani may have run into the worst airline passenger in history. He took to Twitter to share how a guy on his flight made himself very much at home while he was traveling.
Nanjiani explained that the flight was pretty long, at 5 and a half hours. But this monster apparently took his pants off and spread eagle within the first 20 minutes.
Eventually, one of the flight attendants tried to say something.
But that didn't last long.
The man decided to put his jeans back on a few minutes before landing.
Nanjiani, who currently stars as Dinesh Chugtai in HBO's "Silicon Valley" and co-wrote the upcoming dramedy "The Big Sick" with his wife Emily V. Gordon, actually has an extremely entertaining Twitter account.
For example, the stand-up recently joked that "Silicon Valley is going to lose SEVEN Emmys!!!" before the annual awards ceremony and caused some "controversy" when he said, "Here we go: pizza is very slightly overrated. I mean, it’s great. But the obsession with it is a bit much."
He also made this very astute observation: "In hindsight, watching The Fly while super sick was an obviously bad idea. Like watching Cast Away on a plane. Or All The President’s Men at any point in the last two years."
Please keep us laughing, Kumail.
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