Model Criticized For Waving Thong Panties Mid-Flight

If you think things can't get any crazier on flights, one model has faced backlash for waving her thong panties mid-flight.
OnlyFans model Vvs Diamond was on a Southwest flight to Chicago's Exxxotica Expo. She reportedly took her underwear on the flight after dousing herself with alcohol before boarding, the NY Post reports.
"It was early in the morning. I was super drunk after partying with friends the night before and drinking some strong mimosas at the airport before my flight," the model, whose real name is Shenyece, told the publication.
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"I was wearing the panties under a skirt and I spilled alcohol on my skirt which was soaked down to my underwear. So I took them off and held them up to the fan to dry. I just thought, 'Why not?'" she adds.
The model posted the video on her Instagram, which is now private. However, Travel Noire obtained the video from YouTube.
And while the model was doing everything for fun, her fellow passengers weren't amused by her antics.
"The couple next to me said, 'Are you okay?' and I said, 'Yeah, I'm great!'" she joked. "I have to be myself. I am a very open person and hardly have a filter. I'm silly by nature and love to make people laugh. And there were people laughing on the plane. It was perfect."
Social Media Reactions
Social media users also reacted to the ordeal.
"We're officially dead as a society," one person said on Twitter.
"Disgusting and zero courtesy," commented another person.
"Apparently masks aren't the only things being taken off on planes now," said another.
As for her panties, she put them back on for the rest of the flight. And while it's certainly not a crime (for now), it's definitely unsanitary.
What are your thoughts?

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