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A passenger captured video yesterday evening of a fully naked man strolling through Terminal C at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW).
— DTX Daily (@dtxdaily) September 19, 2023
The man filming calls out “there’s a naked guy in the airport.” The naked man turns and says, “yes, there is.” He’s completely casual and coherent enough to answer the camera man. Off camera a woman chastises the man for filming.
Fetterman's body double on the way to the hoodie store
— PhotographicFloridian (@JackLinFLL) September 20, 2023
Commenters on Twitter/X were quick to point out that the man looks like John Fetterman. The Senator from Pennsylvania has made some recent headlines for his casual attire, but this would be taking it to another level (for the conspiracy theorists, this is not John Fetterman or his alleged body double).
I have yet to encounter anyone naked in an airport, but did come close. Around Thanksgiving 2019, a woman was walking through Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) in see-through, mesh bodysuit without a bra or panties on. Parents pulled their children away, but she was quite oblivious to the stir her clothing was causing.
Anthony’s Take: While you don’t have to break out the formalwear to fly, some clothing is definitely necessary. There is no word of this naked passenger being arrested or what caused him to strip down.
(Featured Image Credit: @dtxdaily via Twitter/X.)
(H/T: View from the Wing.)
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