Shocking moment female passenger wees on the floor of a Wizz Air flight from Britain to Poland because the toilet was engaged

THIS is the shocking moment a female passenger squats and pees in the galley of a Wizz Air flight from the UK to Poland.

The woman is seen relieving herself on the flight from London Luton to Warsaw while complaining that she was not allowed to use the toilet during take off.

According to reports, the plane was fuelling up and passengers were temporarily forbidden from using the loo.

In the shocking footage, the young woman is seen squatting against a wall while chatting with a friend on the phone.

By her feet are several paper towels and a large pool of urine.

With her knickers and leggings pulled down to her knees, she tells the person on the phone: “You have to help me before the flight takes off. I am peeing in the aircraft.

The passenger was speaking to someone on the phone while she urinated

“I asked them (cabin crew) if I could use the toilet, but they said I could not right now. So I am peeing in the galley. Right in front of them.”

The brazen woman adds: “The police are coming because it is my fault. All my fault.”

Cabin crew members can be heard berating the woman, with one saying: “Are you being serious? That is disgusting. You are a grown woman.”

The passenger replies: “Yeh, I know. I did ask.”

Staff members can be heard shouting at the woman as she pees all over the cabin floor

The man then adds: “So you think it is okay to piss on the floor?”

There is still no confirmation as to what happened to woman after the police arrived.

Wizz Air is a Hungarian low-cost airline that serves many cities across Europe as well as some destinations in North Africa and the Middle East.

A spokesperson for the airline said: “On Wizz Air flight W6 1309 from Warsaw to London Luton a passenger was reported to become unruly during landing, ignoring crew instructions.

“The cabin crew handled the situation as they are trained to do and reported the passenger’s behaviour to the respective authorities.

Read full originally published story at: The Sun