A passenger on a delayed Ryanair flight from London got fed up waiting to get off a plane after it landed that he opened the emergency exit and jumped onto the wing.
The incident on New Year's Day took place 30 minutes after the flight landed in the southern Spanish city of Malaga at Stansted Airport.
The man, who has not been named was coaxed back onto the plane while police were called.
Fellow passenger Fernando del Valle Villalobos, who taped the incident, said he heard the man say he got fed up waiting.
"I was astonished," del Valle, 25, told The Associated Press.
He said the passengers were standing in the aisle waiting to get off the plane when the man "very calmly asked permission to get past, opened the emergency exit, looked out, saw the wing, went back for his back-pack."
The captain came out and asked the man why he had done it and del Valle heard him say, that he was sick of waiting inside.
The passengers, except the guy who jumped out the plane, were kept on the plane for 15 minutes before being let off.
Police said they have opened a complaint against the man for breaching security.
Ryanair said the incident was now in the hands of Spanish authorities.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.