Two EasyJet passengers were kicked off a flight by police in Ibiza after they were allegedly exposed by cabin crew for having sex in the plane toilet.
The duo continued as the man closed the door swiftly after it was opened, despite the rest of the plane finding out on the flight from Luton, the video shows.
The other passengers on the flight to Ibiza on September 8 were visibly shocked as it happened.
One woman was overheard saying, “Oh my f***ing God”, and later asked her friend if she had filmed the incident.
Following the couple being seen engaging in the so-called ‘Mile High Club’, the cabin crew member did not know what to do and put his head in his hands.
The comprising scene has been shared widely across social media, with one user commenting: “Don’t know how that [is] possible I can just about stand up in one of those lol.”
An easyJet spokesperson told the MailOnline that when the flight touched down, it was met by police.
The identities of those involved are unknown and it has not been confirmed whether any arrests occurred in Ibiza.
Bedfordshire Police, the police force in charge of policing Luton Airport, have confirmed that it was not involved in the response.
Under Section 71 of the Sexual Offences Act 2004, it is illegal to have sex in a lavatory to which the public can access.
An easyJet spokesperson said: “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.”