Whatever it was that couple on the Air Canada flight to Halifax was doing, it apparently doesn't qualify them for the Mile-High Club.
A man and a woman who arrived on a flight from Toronto on Friday evening were detained and the Halifax-area woman arrested after flight crew reported they'd engaged in a "sexual act" during the trip.
It wasn't intercourse, Cpl. Scott MacRae told the Toronto Star. That rules out Mile-High Club membership, then.
"The people were not naked by any means," MacRae said, adding their clothes were partially opened.
So we're left to imagine what exactly they were doing. Was anyone was in the full upright position before their not-so-happy landing?
But that's not why the 24-year-old woman was collared by the Mounties. Police initially stopped them after she and the 38-year-old man were pointed out by the flight crew.
"As the investigation began, the woman became very agitated and disruptive and was eventually placed under arrest for causing a disturbance," Halifax RCMPRead More »from Halifax arrest just another chapter in the spotty history of in-flight sex