A Mexican flight was delayed for several hours after the cabin was overrun by a swarm of mosquitoes.
The incident occurred on October 6 aboard a Volaris flight that was scheduled to travel from Guadalajara to Mexico City.
Passenger Elizabeth Esmeralda Minjarez Corona recorded footage of the incident, which shows flight attendants frantically waving their arms and spraying insect repellent as the mosquitoes fly about the cabin.
The flight was initially slated to leave at 4:30pm but the mosquito swarm forced the plane to postpone its departure time until 7 pm.
It's unclear how the mosquitoes infiltrated the aircraft, but this isn't the first time it's happened at Guadalajara International Airport.
In 2019, a similar mosquito infestation occurred aboard a Volaris flight.
Local media reported that the area where the airport is located is an ideal breeding ground for mosquitoes due to flooding, abundant vegetation, and nearby contaminated bodies of water.
Weather conditions also play a role.
This isn't the first time animals have caused problems on flights. Earlier this month, a plane flying from Thailand to Bangkok resembled an aerial Noah's Ark after a white rat and otter smuggled on board by passengers broke free and ran amok in the cabin.