Russian man tried to board airplane naked because, ‘Aerodynamics’ – IOTW Report

Russian man tried to board airplane naked because, ‘Aerodynamics’

He didn’t make his flight.



A passenger attempting to board a flight at Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport reportedly stripped naked before arriving at the boarding gate, claiming that being nude makes him more aerodynamic.

The man was identified as a Moscow-area resident born in 1981, according to Fox News. He reportedly made his way through security properly clothed, stripping naked sometime before reaching the boarding gate area where he was seen waiting in line completely naked. He was attempting to board a Ural Airlines flight to Crimea.

According to a witness, the man shouted that he was naked because he was concerned about aerodynamics.

“He shouted that he was naked because clothing impairs the aerodynamics of the body. He flies with more agility when undressed,” RENTV quoted the witness saying, according to The Moscow Times.

Russia Today posted footage of the nude man waiting for his flight. It shows him standing in line at the boarding gate while other passengers stare and try to avoid him. At one point, he makes the sign of the cross as if praying.  more here

16 Comments on Russian man tried to board airplane naked because, ‘Aerodynamics’

  1. Reminds me of that film “Ghost Story”. Dude stumbles and falls 42 stories to his death… and his winkie is flapping in the wind as he falls.

    Who thought THIS was a good idea?

  2. I would think that this would be the perfect protest of TSA….. FOOK FLYIN’
    “Speaking the truth in times of universal deceit is a revolutionary act.” Geo. Orwell

  3. That’s true, Crackerbaby. You will never feel more unAmerican than when you visit the aerodrome.

    “Are you a terrorist?”

    “Do I LOOK like a fucking terrorist? You felt my balls and fingered my ass… but you didn’t check THAT fucking terrorist over there!”

  4. …everybody saw him, but no one has any comment on whether he was visibly excited by the prospect of flying?


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