Flight Attendant Spills the Beans on 25 Years in the Sky

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So, get this – a flight attendant recently spilled the tea on the wildest stuff he’s seen during his 25 years working in the air. And let me tell you, it’s quite the ride!

This flight attendant, who’s keeping his identity on the down-low, took to Reddit to dish out the deets. He threw open the floor, telling Reddit users to hit him with any questions they had in an ‘Ask Me Anything’ thread.

“Been a flight attendant for a quarter-century. Shoot me your questions,” he posted on Reddit.

Reddit users came out in droves, firing off all sorts of queries. One of the biggies? What’s the best and worst part of being a flight attendant?

Our friendly flight attendant spilled the beans, dishing on the perks like jet-setting every day, snagging health benefits and insurance, and never having the same day twice.

But on the flip side, he talked about having to deal with all kinds of passengers, especially the rowdy and rebellious ones. He admitted to dealing with a whole range of bad behavior from passengers, especially on domestic flights.

“I catch folks light up the bathroom. And believe it or not, I’ve busted passengers trying to get frisky onboard, at least once a year,” spilled the flight attendant, as told to the New York Post on Thursday (February 15, 2024).

Then, someone on Reddit popped the question: ever hooked up with a passenger? Or even a fellow crew member?

“With passengers? Yep, been there. Crew members? Been asked, but never took the plunge,” spilled the flight attendant.

According to him, the cabin crew scene isn’t quite the steamy soap opera people imagine. Instead, it’s more like married pilots sneaking around with fellow flight attendants.

But wait, there’s more! During his 25 years of flying, he’s seen passengers do some downright wild stuff, from brawling to leaving surprises in their seats.

He’s even been spat at and dared to throw down by his own passengers. Yep, he’s seen it all.

“People think they can do whatever they want. It’s dealing with that kind of attitude that makes this job a real challenge,” he added.

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