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Bilbo Baggins AirDropping Hobbit Porn To Female Passenger On Southwest Flight 1388 From Louisville To Chicago.....

Southwest passenger 'bombarded by inappropriate photos' from stranger on her flight

Kat Pitman was settling into her aisle seat on a Southwest Airlines flight from Louisville to Chicago Friday morning, texting her husband, when her iPhone buzzed.

She looked down to see an AirDrop request. Someone whose name she didn't recognize was sending her a pornographic image.

"It was just very explicit. It just shocked me,'' the 40-year-old frequent flyer said in an interview with USA TODAY.

Pitman immediately turned off AirDrop, an Apple feature that allows people to wirelessly send photos, videos and documents to nearby phones and computers using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, but quickly turned it back on to take a screenshot of the sender's name. She instantly received two more AirDrop requests, with a video and another graphic photo.

The sender's name? A NSFW take on Bilbo Baggins from "The Hobbit.''

The 9:05 a.m. flight was still boarding so Pitman decided to show her phone to two Southwest flight attendants at the front of the plane. It was only an hour-long flight but she worried the sender might be in her row, and that made her uncomfortable. Pitman's first words to the flight attendants: "I know this sounds crazy...''

She showed the flight attendants the sender's inappropriate screen name and was amazed when one of the flight attendants picked up the intercom and told "Mr. Baggins'' to immediately stop AirDropping. Source



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