The security at LAX got a little more than what they originally bargained for when they singled out Star Trek’sWilliam Shatner out during a security check. The actor, who was said to be wearing loose pants had a little wardrobe malfunction while being checked. The pants in question fell down in LAX airport in front of security and dozens of travel goers.
The actor, who was in the process of boarding a flight to South Africa was singled out by security for a check, and that’s when things got embarrassing for the actor. Shatner decided not to wear a belt to hold his pants up, which is said to be the number one leading cause for pantsing strangers in an airport. The pants fell down and according to people there, exposed the actor’s underwear.
While recounting the incident at LAX Shatner went on to say, “It was awful to have people looking at me with my pants down, probably the most embarrassing thing that’s ever happened to me… It was a long flight so I wanted to wear loose clothing because I didn’t want anything to bind me.”
When Shatner isn’t busy exposing himself while attempting to board flights, he’s been enjoying a relatively quiet life since the cancellation of S#*! My Dad Says, doing some guest stint work on Psych and Rookie Blue. His last successful project was The Practice spin-off Boston Legal, where he played unconventional wacky lawyer Denny Crane opposite James Spader’s straight man lawyer.