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Feb 23, 2005
This is why Canadair Regional Jets are better than mainline equipment. There's not enough room on an RJ for this to be a problem:

Delaware man caught masturbating in airline seat

Philadelphia Daily News
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Confined public space, cramped aircraft seat, mile high? No problem.
Murali Krishna Nookella, a local IT employee on his way to Denver for a conference, was masturbating in front of the woman sitting next to him during a Southwest Airlines flight originating in Philadelphia, according to a federal affidavit.

"You caught me," he told the shocked woman.

"Yeah I did," she replied.

When Nookella got off Flight 228 on Monday, he was arrested and subsequently charged for obscene and indecent exposure, a misdemeanor, "by exhibiting his penis to a female passenger," according to the federal criminal complaint filed in Denver.

Before he was discovered with tissue in hand, Nookella appeared friendly toward the female passenger, according to the affidavit. The woman, identified only as C.S.A. in documents, soon opened her laptop, put on headphones and checked e-mails.

Then, Nookella leaned back in his seat and had a blanket up to his waist. "C.S.A. noticed that Nookella's eyes were closed as his hands moved all around his groin area underneath his blanket," the document said.

C.S.A. felt "the situation was weird" and started to pack her computer to change seats when she saw "him holding his erect penis," the affidavit said.

The case appeared on TheSmokingGun.com Web site, which reported Nookella lives in Delaware, but the Daily News could not confirm an address.

Nookella appeared in front of the U.S. District Court of Colorado and was released on $5,000 unsecured bond, said Jeffrey Dorschner, spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Denver. He was "ordered by the Court not to fly on any commercial aircraft nor can he contact witnesses involved in the matter," Dorschner said.

He is set be arraigned in Court at 10 a.m. on Friday.
Southwest is the Walmart of the skies. Trailer trash passengers at its finest.

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