FLIGHT flight attendants couldn’t help but marvel at a photo of a lavish passenger carrying an ENTIRE tray of lobster on board her flight.
While most frequent flyers tend to avoid particularly pungent foods, a photo posted on social media by airline employees shows a woman simply indispensable.
Redditors were horrified at the moment a customer’s meal declined, who had taken up an economy-class seat on a domestic US flight.
In the photo, the woman is seen sipping a drink with a large metal baking tray in front of her filled with seafood broth.
A second giant tray of foil placed in the seat next to her was filled with no less than six cooked, shelled lobsters – which looked much tastier than regular airplane food on hand.
The post was then shared in a group for flight attendants and flight attendants, with some deeming the behavior inappropriate, others saying it could be extra, but it’s not against the rules. .
One flight attendant noted: “Wow, that’s rude on the next level.”
Not everyone is opposed to the bold move, as one crew member said: “Is it annoying and extra? It’s correct.
“But not breaking any rules as far as I can tell. I just handed them extra trash bags, napkins, and asked for a crab leg.”
Another added: “I’m not here to police what people eat on planes. As long as it takes off and lands, we’re fine.
“This is the most complementary thing I’ve seen in a while and I’m really here for it.”
Another wrote: “And I think it sucks that one time I had a family group of about eight eating canned tuna salad.”
The photo was posted on the subreddit, r/trashy, where it is clear that most Redditors are impressed by the audacity of strangers.
One person wrote: “What the hell? I can’t even bring a full tube of toothpaste on the plane.”
As another replied: “She obviously bought a ticket for the lobster.”
Someone on Reddit pointed out that they definitely bought food in the station: “It could be a $200 meal with $20+ in bottles of lil.”
“Of course, airlines and airports are great with it. Could have come with metal utensils.”
One joked: “At least she brought enough for the plane.”
And, another wrote: “It’s going to look like a damn fool when there’s some turbulence and you have lobster water all over you.”
As a fifth person wrote: “Small drops of lobster water on upholstery and carpeting will continue to stink until every last trace is removed by deep steam cleaning.”
However, on a sobering note, another added: “Imagine if someone around her had a severe seafood allergy.”
As others urge passengers to be wary of the food they bring on board.
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