Air hostess filmed pouring champagne back into bottle

Air hostess filmed pouring champagne back into bottle

Air hostess filmed pouring champagne back into bottle

Emirates Airlines is famous for luxurious flights that feature Jennifer Aniston taking a shower aboard a flight, or famous YouTuber Casey Neistat enjoying his $21,000 first class seat aboard an Emirates plane, as reported by the Inquisitr.

One viewer said: "Hey - I'm a flight attendant - what I think is going on here is that the attendant is probably pouring the unused champagne back in the bottle before take off to then dispose of once the plane takes off".

However, according to Heavy, Kayumov - whose Instagram account is private and has removed the following video - sought to clear up what the Emirates flight attendant was doing when caught on film pouring alcohol back into a bottle.

He asked the airline: 'Is that normal practice Emirates?'

This year has been quite rough for airlines as many videos have surfaced on social media pointing out the flaws of the cabin crew. She then pours the contents of the glass into the bottle.

"We're not allowed to pour things out while we're on the ground".

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The Independent's anonymous cabin crew columnist "Brad Bernoulli" weighed in with his own assessment.

Some Reddit users branded the act "disgusting" but others thought there might be a reasonable explanation.

Some flight attendants commented on Reddit that there is nothing wrong with the stewardess' actions. "We can't pour hot liquids out when we are parked at the gate, but I get rid of them by putting it in the toilet and flushing".

There is a slight (like 0.1%) chance the flight attendants will take this with them, depending on the Emirates policy (which I'm 99% certain would prohibit this), but otherwise this bottle is being disposed of and no passengers are drinking this.

However, the airline itself has been less sympathetic. "We are now investigating the incident".

But a spokesperson from Emirates told a publication that such actions "did not comply" with their quality standards.

Actions recorded on this video do not comply with our quality standards.

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