We should add a new rule for joining the Mile High Club; you have to do it in the bathroom!
My mom and dad were just trying to have a peaceful trip to Mexico and then they sent me this…….. pic.twitter.com/QxE6JskzuE
— Kiley Tully (@KileyTully) June 17, 2018
Kiley Tully’s parents were on their way to Mexico for a little getaway. Before they’d even reached their destination, however, they sent their daughter a video of a couple in the back of the plane gettin’ it on!
Sending sex videos to your kids? Well, that’s certainly not how my family does things, but whatever works for you guys.
Kiley tweeted out the video on a Sunday morning and within two days it racked up over 4 million views, but some people online thought sharing the video wasn’t the best idea. Comedian Corinne Fisher tweeted:
This is super funny and obviously they shouldn’t be fucking in plain sight. But you can’t film two people having sex without their consent and spread it all over the Internet. Not only is it illegal, it just ain’t right.
— CORINNE FISHER (@PhilanthropyGal) June 18, 2018
That response started a pretty interesting discussion on Twitter, with some people saying that your right to privacy goes out the window when you’re having sex in full view of dozens of other people, and others saying that it’s illegal to film sexual acts without consent regardless of the location. Silver Airways confirmed that the video took place on one of their flights, though they say they don’t condone that type of behavior.
Another interesting twist to all this is that Silver Airways doesn’t fly to Mexico. So, either Kiley’s parents are pulling a little switcheroo and lying to their kids about where they’re taking a vacation, or, Kiley’s just confused and thinks the Bahamas is Mexico (which it’s not).
After seeing the massive virality of the video, Kylie Tully tweeted:
I better get frequent flyer miles for life after this lmaooo https://t.co/gDh7GldWbS
— Kiley Tully (@KileyTully) June 19, 2018
What do you guys think? Is it wrong to film a couple having sex even if they’re doing it five feet away from you on a plane? Let us know in the comments, or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.