Video of a couple engaging in apparent intercourse aboard a Thursday Ryanair flight from Manchester to Ibiza has since gone viral after a fellow passenger recorded the act. At one point, the man involved in the stunt allegedly asked fellow passengers if anyone had a condom. Ryanair was reportedly looking into the incident as of Friday.

According to a Friday report from Daily Mail’s Rory Tingle, the incident occurred on a flight that departed England Thursday evening after 8 p.m. local time. Passengers reported that things escalated after a woman wearing what appeared to be a short skirt climbed on the lap of her partner, a man wearing a dark shirt. The man and woman, neither of whom were identified, can be seen in a 19-second video either engaging in or mimicking intercourse in their row.

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One witness, 21-year-old Kieran Williams from Preston, Lancashire, told the Daily Mail that he heard the couple discussing the stunt beforehand but believed they were “joking.”

“I heard them talking about it but I thought they were joking. The guy was shouting, ‘Anyone got a jelly?’” Williams said. “We all laughed but then ten minutes later they actually did it. They seemed so drunk, they brought a lot of attention to themselves.”

He continued, “You could see the girl taking off her pants and he pulled his trousers off. She started riding him. I had to get my phone out. I have never seen anything like that.”

According to Williams, a woman who was sitting next to the couple asked to be moved, but crew allegedly neither reprimanded nor stopped the couple from engaging in the act. The Daily Mail did not specify whether the woman sitting next to the couple was indeed moved, nor how long the couple carried on with the stunt.

“A woman was sat next to them and she stood up and asked if she could be moved. About twenty minutes after it happened, someone complained about it,” he said.

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Williams added, “They were starting and stopping but it was completely obvious what was going on. We all had a good laugh about it. It was pretty funny.”

A spokesperson for the airline told the Daily Mail that the incident was being investigated. The representative added, “We will not tolerate unruly, disruptive or inappropriate behaviour at any time and any passengers who appear to behave in an unacceptable manner may be liable for further sanctions.”

Ryanair did not immediately return International Business Times’ request for comment.

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