TRAUMATIZED airline companies have spoken out after an overweight passenger has forced them to dress in a toilet and dry their backs when he "happily patted" on a long-haul flight.
The EVA Air Crew worked aboard a flight from Los Angeles to Taipei on Saturday when the alleged incident occurred.
Two hours in the 12-hour journey required a wheelchair assistance when he needed to use the toilet.
According to reports from Taiwan, the man threatened to lighten himself on the floor if the staff refused to help him.
His request was granted when the flight was not full, but the man also demanded that he be escorted to the jet's business class toilet, which he could not fit in the economy cubically.
An airline named Kuo only told a press conference that the man claimed an injury on his right hand, preventing him from dressing.
She said two other flight assistants helped her keep a blanket to cover the man's genitals when they tried to remove his underwear.
But the man struck her hand, causing the carpet to fall and his semi-naked body exposed when he relieved.
He then forced staff to dry the bottom repeatedly as he moaned "mmm deeper, deeper" Focus Taiwan .
"I felt that as a flight helper was the removal of the passenger's underwear outside of my responsibility," Kuo told reporters.
"I told him we couldn't help him but he started shouting. He told me to go in immediately and threatened to lighten himself on the floor.
" As the passenger's genitals were now exposed, one of my colleagues a blanket that I used to cover his modesty – but he got very angry with my hand and said he didn't want it and only wanted me to remove his underwear so he could use the toilet. "
The man then called the staff back in cubed to dry his back," Kuo said, and her boss's companion reluctantly agreed to avoid letting the lone passenger get caught in the toilet.
But the cabin staff's discomfort quickly turned to humility when the man allegedly started moaning in apparent "pleasure" when the boss's companion dried his back while carrying three pairs of latex gloves.  Kuo, who held onto the passenger to hold on, reminded: "He said," Oh, mmm, deeper, deeper & nd, then after accusing my boss not to clean his back properly and praying about doing it again.
"My boss sounded the repetition three times before going, and at that time the passenger said:" You can pull my pants up again now. "
Kuo added that the passenger, whom she estimated to weigh about 31.4 tons, had previously required three adjacent seats in economy class to accommodate her large size at the table tour.
EVA Air, which only employed female cabin crew members said in his statement that its staff is not obliged to accept passenger claims – even those requiring special assistance.
The Taoyuan Flight Attendants Union – representing Kuo and her colleagues – claims, however, that the problem is systemic and descended from a service industry culture that freaks employees who do not meet customer needs
The union has now called for recruitment of crew cabin crew and for trouble