Weird scientifically unexplainable phenomenon: For years now, people have reported seeing Steven Tyler at the airport. He is always there. It's now believed to be true that everyone will see Steven Tyler at the airport at least once, if not twice, in there lifetime.
Don't believe me?
Here's proof this actually is a thing.
People are constantly posting on their social medias about their Steven Tyler airport run-ins.
There's a fairly consistent Tweet stream documenting these encounters.
And no, this is not just an isolated single airport situation. This phenomena has been happening at airports all over the country.
From San Francisco...
... to Orlando...
... and Phoenix.
Steven Tyler is always at the airport.
No one is exempt from a Steven Tyler airport run-in.
Everyone sees Steven Tyler at the airport.
Even Cindy McCain gets excited about her Steven Tyler at the airport siting.
Seeing Steven Tyler at the airport has become almost like a good luck omen.
Its been said that if you see Steven Tyler at the airport then you know you will be blessed with a good trip.
The best part about seeing Steven Tyler at the airport that he's really a great f*cking guy.
In fact, there are quite a few tweets that use the phrase "what a guy."
He makes days.
Some of the luckiest see Steve Tyler in the security line with his two Yorkies.
And yes, he does have to take his coat and hats and scarves and whatever the hell he's wearing off.
Except his belt. Don't mess with his belt.
And simmer down if he skips the line. Be patient. IT'S STEVEN TYLER.
Steven Tyler at the airport has been known to say "bless you"...
... "how are ya man?"...
... a simple "hey man"...
... and maybe even "I don't want to miss a thing."
If you are truly lucky you might see him with a butt-load of Aunt Annie's pretzels.
And only the LUCKIEST of the bunch will get the coveted seat next to Steven Tyler and his dogs.
A true blessed experience.
If you haven't had your encounter with Steven Tyler at the airport, don't fret. Your time will come. We will all run into Steven Tyler at the airport one day.