A MALE passenger was spotted walking across the tarmac at Chicago O’Hare International Airport while completely naked.
The bizarre scene happened just days after another traveller tried to board a flight naked.
In a tweet of the incident, the unidentified man was filmed walking across the tarmac with no clothes on.
Witnesses said that the man was attempting to board a flight departing from Chicago.
The tweet, which was shared by ORD Airport Insider, also reported that the passenger was allegedly detained at Gate C10 after walking from E12 at Chicago O’Hare’s Terminal 1.
According to the tweet, the naked individual had been attempting to board a Delta flight – although this hasn’t been confirmed.
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In the photo, the man appeared to have been given a safety vest to wear around his waist to cover himself up.
A tweet said: “Multiple witnesses say he walked off a Delta flight at Terminal 2, but that hasn’t been confirmed.
“He was quickly apprehended by airport authorities. ”
It is unclear how the man got onto the tarmac or when he got naked.
Social media users joked about the weather in Chicago at the moment.
One wrote: “It was nice out today but not that nice.”
Another remarked: “It’s not even shorts weather.”
Some were confused how he managed to get so far without being stopped, which ORD airport explained on Twitter: “It sounds like several pilots notified ground control & several ground handling staff tried to stop him.”
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Earlier this week, a passenger tried to board a flight naked as he said it made it more “aerodynamic”.
The man was spotted at Moscow Airport without any clothes on before he was detained by police.
Disgruntled travellers have previously shared their horror stories of half-naked passengers during a flight, WITH many of them happy sitting around topless or in their underwear.
Sun Online Travel has contacted Delta and Chicago Police for comment.
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