South-west passenger accused of masturbating four times in front of a woman

A Southwest Airlines passenger has been accused of masturbating in front of a woman on four separate occasions on a flight from Seattle to Phoenix – telling police he did nothing wrong and actually “thought it was a slander.”

According to the Daily Beast, Antonio Sherrod was sitting next to the terrified woman on McGregory Flight 3814 and exposed himself to her shortly after takeoff on Saturday.

Seiko “took off his pants and shorts and exposed his penis and proceeded to masturbate within the first hour of the flight,” the woman said in a criminal complaint received by the outlet.

“He suspected McGarry ejaculated because he licked a white substance from his finger,” according to the complaint.

The woman allegedly began taking pictures of McGarry, who allegedly used both her left and right hands to enjoy herself for about an hour before finally falling asleep, the report said.

The victim reported his shameless obscenity to a flight attendant and was allowed to go to another seat for the remaining two hours.

The incident happened on a flight from Seattle to Phoenix.
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When interviewed by the FBI in Phoenix, McGarry confessed to his abusive behavior and was slapped with federal charges.

“McGarry suggested that he ask the female witness if she felt he had masturbated,” according to the outlet. According to McGarry, the female witness put her hand in the air and said, “It doesn’t really matter.”

The man thought her reaction was “a bit stingy” and believed she felt comfortable masturbating with him, the complaint added.

A Southwest spokesman told the Daily Beast that the airline had imposed a lifetime ban on McGarry.

“On April 2, we received a report of inappropriate customer behavior on Flight 3814 from SEA to PHX. The situation was reported to the crew members during the inflight, and the captain contacted law enforcement to meet with the aircraft, “the representative said.

“We immediately put passengers on our no-fly list, resulting in a lifetime ban on travel to the southwest.”

Last year, a Southwest pilot was arrested on charges of exposing his genitals during a flight from Philadelphia to Orlando, although the incident was “not witnessed by passengers,” according to court filings cited by the outlet.

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