Swedish pilot congratulates mile high club couple

Toilet romp on late-evening Norwegian flight from Paris
A Swedish pilot surprised passengers after landing in Stockholm on a late-evening Norwegian flight from Paris to congratulate a couple who had been “reproducing” in the toilet. Passengers giggled as he delivered his message.
One passenger told The Local, “He said something like ‘we’d like to send our best wishes of happy reproduction to the couple that ventured into the bathroom earlier on’.”
She added: “People around the plane started cheering and laughing and there was a lot of gossiping about who it could have been”.
The pilot spoke in Swedish, but in English he said, “Welcome to Sweden”. The identity of the couple remains a mystery, as does how the crew discovered them.
The Local

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