This is hard for me to believe, but then, I'm a big fan of the movie "The Princess Bride".
A guy named Wynand Mullins was flying (or trying to) from Sydney, Australia to Auckland, New Zealand on Qantas Airways when some of his fellow passengers took notice of the Inigo Montoya quote from that movie, and some of them became concerned for their safety.
It's only one of the most popular lines from one of the most popular cult classics in movie history, folks.
At what point is it okay to tell someone to chill the fuck out?
According to this story, the flight crew on-board the plane asked Mullins if he would mind changing into another shirt, but because he didn't have another shirt they let him wear the Montoya quote for the trip.
Wonder what they would have done if he'd been wearing a shirt with some quotes from "Snakes on a Plane"?