A passenger waiting for a flight at an OR airport needed a bit more screen space for his video game so he plugged his Playstation 4 into a computer screen that had been displaying a map of the airport. Apparently, he couldn't wait any longer to play his favorite game, Apex Legends. Where gaming at the airport can become a big deal is if your preferred gaming platform is a PlayStation 4.
Local radio station KXL (via The Oregonian) report that the man had his console connected to a monitor meant to display a map of the airport for visitors, an incident heard on the local emergency scanner as a "hijacking" of the display. The image seen above is of the man playing Fortnite, taking over a monitor that usually displays a map of the airport.
Airport officials approached the man and asked him to disconnect the game from the monitor. Unfortunately, he discovered that one isn't exactly allowed to do such things at an airport, to absolutely no one's surprise. "He politely asked personnel if he may finish his game", Simonds said.
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The airport was very quick to react to the incident, and according to Kama Simonds, Port of Portland spokesperson who spoke to KXL Radio and said, "That is obviously something that we don't want to have happened".
"We would like travelers to be plugged into our electrical outlets, but just ask them not to plug any other outlets", said Simonds. She adds that it's extremely important not to use airport information monitors to play them.