Strange time Southwest Airlines flight attendant climbs into upper compartment during boarding passengers, but the airline says it's known for its & # 39; unique & # 39; sense of humour
- A cabin crew member on a Southwest Airlines flight from Nashville to Philadelphia climbed into the garbage bin to laugh on Monday
- Passenger recorded video that left the stewardess in the compartment intended for hand luggage
- Veronica Lloyd said the airline employee remained in the trash for 10 minutes
- Southwest wrote in a statement the stunt of the & # 39; sense of humor & # 39; and the & # 39; unique & # 39; personality of the stewardess
Passengers on a Southwest Airlines flight from Nashville to Philadelphia continued to scratch their heads after they had seen a flight attendant climb into an upper body when boarding the flight.
Part of the bizarre stunt – which the airline later described as a joke – was recorded on video by a traveler and shared on Twitter.
The short clip shows a spectacled female crew member in the red-black Southwest uniform lying on her stomach in one of the upper compartments intended for hand luggage.
An unnamed cabin crew member on a Southwest Airlines flight from Nashville to Philadelphia was shot on video that was in a luggage case on Monday just to laugh
Veronica Lloyd took a picture of the stewardess who grinned in the tank while boarding
Passenger Veronica Lloyd, who was taking the video, also took a selfie where the crew member raised her head with her hand and grinned.
Lloyd's four-second recording stops just when the stewardess rolls into the trash and addresses the passengers, but it's hard to figure out what she's saying.
The strange stunt took place when passengers boarded the plane on Monday.
Lloyd told Fox news the flight attendant remained a solid 10 minutes & # 39; in hand luggage.
& # 39; I think she did it to try to be funny and make the passengers laugh, & # 39; she said.
When the woman finally came out of the compartment and resumed her duties, Lloyd said she was very friendly during the two-hour flight.
In a tweet with a photo of the flight attendant, Lloyd wondered if what she saw was real
In a statement, Southwest Airlines wrote the stunt for the & # 39; sense of humor & # 39; and the & # 39; unique & # 39; personality of the stewardess
Lloyd shared her video and photos that documented the antics of the flight employee on Twitter: & # 39; I can't ignore how strange I find this. @SouthwestAir please bring it together. & # 39;
On Tuesday, Southwest mailed a statement to DailyMail.com about the behavior of the flight attendant.
& # 39; Southwest employees are known to show their sense of humor and unique personalities & # 39 ;, it was said. & # 39; In this case, one of our flight attendants tried to have fun with customers for a short while while boarding. This is of course not our normal procedure, and Southwest Crews always maintain safety as their top priority. & # 39;
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