Woman’s Bougie In Flight Meal Divides The Internet
While we’re all accustomed to taking our own snacks on board a flight, one woman has divided the internet with her extravagant and pungent choice of food. Do you think her meal was appropriate to bring on a flight?
Flight staff were left stunned after a passenger came on board with an entire tray of lobsters aboard her US domestic flight . The photo which was shared by airline staff shows just how extravagant her meal was!
In the photo, the woman is seen sipping a drink with a large metal roasting tray in front of her filled with seafood. A second tray filled with six cooked lobsters sits in the seat next to her.
The post was originally shared in a group chat for cabin crew and flight attendants where they discussed whether the meal was deemed appropriate or not.
One flight attendant said: “Wow that is next level rude.”
Another crew member said: “Is it annoying and extra? Yes. But doesn’t break any rules as far as I can tell. I’m just handing them extra trash bags, napkins, and asking for a crab leg.”
“Another noted: “I’m not here to police what people eat on the plane. As long as it’s put away for takeoff and landing, we are good. This is the most extra thing I’ve seen in a while and I’m honestly here for it.”
Another said: “And I thought it was bad the one time I had a family group of about eight all eating canned tuna salad.”
Somehow the photo ended up on the subreddit, r/trashy, where commenters were mostly supportive of the in flight lobster feed.
One person wrote: “How the hell? I can’t even bring a full tube of toothpaste on a plane.”
Another responded with: “She obviously bought a ticket for the lobsters.”
“That’s probably a $200 meal with $20+ in lil bottles of liquor.”
“Of course, the airline and airport are cool with it. Might have come with metal utensils too.”
“At least she brought enough for the whole plane.”
While another wrote: “Gonna look like a damn fool when there’s some turbulence and ya got lobster juice all over you.”
And: “The little splashes of lobster juice on the upholstery and carpets that will continue to stink until every last vestige is removed by deep steam cleaning.”
Yuck! Now we can’t stop thinking of splashing lobster juice…ewwww!