A man was stuck on the "weirdest" flight ever — after someone managed to hack into the PA system and make some very strange noises.
One American Airlines passenger managed to capture the hilarious debacle and shared it on TikTok for all to see.
At the start of the video, a weird belch-like noise is heard over the plane's intercom while Emerson Collins looks utterly confused by it.
The noises just got weirder.
"Someone on this flight seems to have broken into the intercom system and continues to make a sound that's somewhere between an orgasm and vomiting," he says.
A flight attendant ended up making an announcement over the intercom system and acknowledged the "extremely irritating noise".
The flight attendant also said "no one" was enjoying the strange noises, though Emerson said he was "kind of" enjoying the bizarre and unexpected in-flight entertainment.
The crew were trying to put an end to the noises by turning off the intercom system.
However, the noises are heard throughout the two-minute video, while Emerson laughs quietly.
Eventually, the noises got more "creative" and are more prolonged. As a flight attendant walks past it appears they apologise for the "prank".
The pilot, who also made an announcement said the crew were trying to mitigate the noise.
As the plane landed, no noise was heard over the intercom, much to Emerson's disappointment.
"These sounds started over the intercom before takeoff and continued throughout the flight," Emerson explained on Twitter.
"They couldn’t stop it, and after landing still had no idea what it was."
Mystery remains over who made the strange noises
Sadly, since the video was shared there have been no answers as to who was behind the grotesque noises on the plane.
In a statement to LADBible, American Airlines said the PA systems on board have no external access.
"Following the initial report, our maintenance team thoroughly inspected the aircraft and the PA system and determined the sounds were caused by a mechanical issue with the PA amplifier, which raises the volume of the PA system when the engines are running," the statement said.
While there are no answers as to who or what was responsible, people loved the video and thought it was absolutely hilarious.
"This is the biggest in-flight mystery since D.B. Cooper," someone said.
"The high pitch one I would’ve absolutely lost it," one person said in Emerson's comments.
"10/10 I'd take this over the Southwest flight full of ukuleles," another said, referencing the recent flight where the airline gave all passengers free musical instruments and a lesson.
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