Frontier Airlines passengers were in for a sight on a recent flight where a woman tried to pull down her pants and relieve herself mid-trip, a video showed.

The woman apparently had to go, but she was told by flight attendants that she couldn’t use the bathroom at the time.

From the New York Post:

The female passenger — who has not been named publicly — had the courtesy to say, “Sorry, everybody” before she appeared to pull down her pants and squat in the aisle on the Monday flight from Florida to Philadelphia, according to footage shared on Facebook by fellow traveler Julie Voshell Hartman.

The woman apparently wanted to relieve herself in the aisle after a flight attendant told her she could not use the restroom at that time, the video indicated.

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Perhaps not surprisingly, the situation got ugly when surrounding passengers protested, prompting the woman to yell back, “I don’t give a f–k,” “F–k you,” and “I gotta go pee!”

She caved to the pressure, however, and pulled her pants back up before continuing to insist that the flight attendant let her into the plane bathroom.

At one point, the person behind the camera recording the confrontation can be heard saying “That poor boy next to us” — seemingly referring to the young boy across the aisle who was afforded a graphic view of the woman’s display.

The woman also continued fighting with several passengers toward the back of the plane, though it is unclear if she was traveling with them, a second, longer video showed.

“Matthew Hartman and I had the most awful experience flying home from Florida this afternoon,” Voshell Hartman wrote on Facebook of the woman’s antics.

“A passenger was upset that she was required to sit in her assigned [sic] seat and decided to pull her pants down on the plane right in front of two children. I literately [sic] had a front row seat to the spectacle. She threatened to kill another passenger,” she claimed.

“She threatened me after I told her to sit down. I hope she was arrested and banned from flying again.”

Frontier Airlines did not immediately return The Post’s request for a comment on the incident.

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