The latest story of an airline passenger behaving badly comes from Asia, where a passenger on Malaysian carrier Malindo Air flight flight was arrested after stripping naked, watching porn and attacking a flight attendant, according to media accounts there.

The incident occurred on a Malindo Air flight from Kuala Lumpur to Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Saturday (March 3).

Problems began about 20 minutes after takeoff, when the 20-year-old man allegedly took off his clothes and began watching pornography on his laptop, according to The Star newspaper of Malaysia. Passengers also alleged lewd behavior and some not-safe-for-work photos have since circulated that claim to show scenes from the flight.

The Sun of Malaysia talked to one unnamed passenger who was said to be on the flight.

That passenger told the newspaper the man “stripped naked and started watching porn on his laptop, ignoring all those around him. The cabin crew approached him and politely asked him to put on his clothes.”

"He complied with their request. A short while later there was some commotion at the toilet area and it turned out that he was harassing a stewardess," the passenger added.

The Straits Times of Singapore has more, writing “witnesses alleged that the man had also walked to the toilet undressed and that the man urinated on his seat.” The Star adds that “because the situation could not be controlled, the man was restrained by other passengers on the plane who tied up his hands with a piece of cloth.”

Malindo Air addressed the situation with a statement on its Facebook page, saying the unruly flier was taken into custody by officials after landing in Bangladesh.

“The crew on board has followed the standard operating procedure to restraint (sic) passenger from any further disruption to the crew and passengers onboard,” the low-cost carrier said. “The distruptive (sic) passenger was accompanied by Dhaka security team upon arrival and he has been put to jail by authorities in Dhaka due to this offence.”

The airline will continue to stay vigilant to ensure passengers travel soundly,” Malindo said.