A TikToker was on an American Airlines flight when the plane's intercom apparently got hacked. The incident was bizarre, to say the least.
While there seemed to be no malicious intent behind the mid-flight disturbance, passengers were made uncomfortable by being subjected to the awkward sounds of a person moaning and groaning.
Out producer/actor Emerson Collins–a.k.a. TikToker @emersoncollins1–posted a video of himself on the flight as the orgasmic sounds pumped through the speaker system.
"Weirdest. Flight. EVER!," he wrote in the clip's caption.
Collins–who has produced several projects with Del Shores like Southern Baptist Sissies and Six Characters in Search of a Play–was traveling to Dallas for the Del Shores Foundation Writers Festival.
In the clip, he told viewers:
"Someone on this flight seems to have broken into the intercom system and continues to make a sound that is somewhere between an orgasm and vomiting."
A flight attendant then interjected, announcing:
"Ladies and gentlemen we realize there is an extremely irritating sound coming over the public announcement."
She continued to acknowledge the "odd anomaly" and added she and her fellow crew members were not enjoying it and asked for everyone's patience as they tried to figure out how to turn it off.
Via overlaying text—despite others on board not being amused by the sonic assault—Collins admitted:
"I was kind of enjoying it."
As did other TikTokers.
After the announcement, the bizarre grunts resumed as Collins was on the verge of bursting into fits of laughter in the otherwise quiet cabin.
"I definitely have a church giggle problem where the weirder something is, the harder I laugh," wrote Collins in the thread.
At one point, the camera panned over to another passenger across the aisle who mouthed, "WTF."
Eventually, an off-camera crew member told Collins that it was a "prank."
Some people had their hunches.
Collins also noted the captain seemed annoyed as he made an announcement addressing the incident.
When the flight landed, the mystery remained unsolved.
Collins also shared the clip on Twitter and wrote:
"These sounds started over the intercom before takeoff and continued throughout the flight."
"They couldn’t stop it, and after landing still had no idea what it was.”
He ended the clip expressing disappointment "there wasn't a landing...climax."
Collins confirmed this happened on an American Airlines flight after a TikToker noted similar reports of this happening on the same airline.
"I’ve seen a few others on Twitter, but no real explanation yet," said Collins.