Olivia Munn has hilariously called a pilot, after learning that he did not ask for a photo at his wife's request.
The Daily Mail reported that the actress, 38, moved to Instagram on Thursday and shared screenshots of an exchange of text messages between the couple in love on board the pilot's flight.
He had told his wife that he had seen Olivia, but he could not muster the courage to ask for a picture together, which caused X-Men: Apocalypse Star to reach the couple in social networks.
In the screenshots, you can see the pilot telling his wife that Olivia is on his flight, and that his wife prompts him to take a picture with the star or he would not believe that he had seen Olivia.
Her husband was not so interested in tracing the actress in an instant, telling his wife he "did not know what to say" to Olivia, while sending him a selfie of him looking nervous at the idea of approaching the famous face. .
His wife's response read: "Just say hey, my wife is a big fan, that way, you will not look like a fucker," before adding, "Invite her to see the cockpit."
The pilot assured his wife that he would do everything possible, but later, Olivia publicly called him when she shared the text exchange, and wrote: "Adam, you never asked for a picture, but I definitely would have taken one. the safe flight! Happy Thanksgiving. "
Olivia shared another screenshot of a tweet that the wife had posted sharing her messages with her husband with the Twitter account of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
She revealed that her husband had been frightened to see Olivia as she was his "celebrity lover with free passes".
The wife put Olivia in the post and wrote: "The celebrity crush of the 'free pass' of my pilot husband was on his flight last night and he froze," adding a lot of tearful emojis.
Olivia replied: "My God, this is the nicest thing."
The fun exchange occurs after Olivia has been using her platform to raise awareness about the #MeToo movement, recently declaring that she will continue to speak no matter if her career hurts.
She made the statement in an interview for the December issue of Cosmopolitan, when she called for a change in Hollywood to abolish the "unfair stigma" that surrounds women.
It comes after she fought for her former co-star Steven Wilder Striegel, a registered sex offender, to be removed from the new movie The Predator and speak bravely about the disgraced director Brett Ratner, accusing him of sexual harassment.
The #MeToo movement has attracted a lot of attention since last year, after the famous Hollywood director, Harvey Weinstein, faced multiple complaints of sexual misconduct.
Many of Hollywood's leading ladies have come forward, recalling their own experience with sexual harassment and sexual assault in the workplace, as part of the widespread campaign on social media to raise awareness.
And making her say, Olivia has been vocal in her crusade to speak out against unequal power in gambling in the film industry. She told the publication: "I'm not for sale … if talking costs my career, I do not want it anyway."
Olivia fought for actor Striegel to be removed from the movie. The predator After discovering that he was a registered sex offender. Striegel spent six months in prison in 2010 after pleading guilty to the risk of injuring a child and attracting a child by computer.
He was accused of trying to lure a 14-year-old girl into a sexual relationship.
Scenes from Striegel's The predator they were eliminated, after the pressure of Munn on the heads of Warner Bros, and she affirmed that after the decision, the director Shane Black, that had been friend of Striegel, "has not spoken with her since then".
The actor's victim publicly thanked Olivia for "defending" her.
She tweeted: "I am also eternally grateful for the action of Olivia Munn She spoke for me She took a stand for me In return, she defended all who have suffered like me.
"Being recognized by a stranger, on a public platform on this subject is incredibly empowering." Positive comments from social networks towards Olivia Munn are encouraging and feel incredibly comprehensive for me personally.
"I'm not ashamed of what they did to me, I'm not the one to bring that shame, my name is Paige Carnes, former Jane Doe, I hope that someone who has suffered like me has regained her voice and her humanity." "
Olivia responded by telling the girl that she had been an "inspiration" and thanked her for her "courage" and "courage".