The woman was caught giving the man oral sex while still in their seats instead of least moving to the privacy of the bathrooms.
Two strangers were ticketed after authorities say they were caught having sex on a Delta flight this weekend.
Police say the man and a woman, headed from Los Angeles to Detroit, had sex in their seats. Just two complete strangers getting it on in the middle of their row on a moving airplane.
"There are children", another passenger said. "There are seniors. These things should be respected", a passenger told ClickOnDetroit.
Delta Airlines declined to comment on the incident.
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"We investigate crimes aboard aircraft, once the boarding door closes, regardless of severity", Federal Bureau of Investigation spokesman Ray Johnson told the Detroit Free Press.
Once they landed in Detroit, the man and woman were issued citations and are now facing criminal charges from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Another passenger added, "If people will go so far as to disrespect themselves and disrespect you, something should be done".
The FBI said charges could be issued in the case as early as Tuesday.
According to Detroit's Channel 4 news, the woman was scheduled to take a connecting flight to Nashville, while the man was en route to Miami.
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