Passengers demand ‘adult-only’ flights after kid wears strobe light outfit on red-eye
Holidaymakers were left irritated and annoyed after a child boarded the plane wearing a rather unconventional outfit. Usually, when travellers feel grumpy at a little one on board it’s because of crying or running around – which usually can’t be helped.
However, recently a video clip was shared showing why the small child spread displeasure around the plane. It was all down to the child’s outfit which many thought was inappropriate for air travel.
The young child wore an outfit which was completely covered in glow-in-the-dark, flashing lights – and to make things worse it was for an overnight flight. Holidaymakers trying to get some kip on the red-eye were very likely foiled by the child’s aggressively lit up costume.
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The video was uploaded to Instagram account Sarcasm Only as well as on where it was captioned: "Imagine being on this flight." The reaction in the comments was enormous and over 347,000 people liked the post. It was also posted on TikTok @malecastellonn, where it racked up 1.6m liked.
The Instagram account added: "I’d be ill." While in the comments most people criticised the parents for the outfit choice.
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