When a discerning passenger asked to be taken to a window seat in an airplane where there was no availability, a cheeky flight attendant came up with a weird compromise.
<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "The passenger thought he had opted for a window seat, but instead of seeing the plane fly over the clouds, he saw only a blank wall."data -reaidid =" 16 ">The passenger thought he had opted for a window seat, but instead of seeing the plane fly over the clouds, he saw only a blank wall.
The man was supposed to insist that he was placed in a row with a view, but there were none available, so the stewardess had no choice but to improvise.
She grabbed a sheet of A4 and a blue marker and drew an airplane window with clouds above and waves underneath.
The "window view" then stuck to the wall next to the man with duct tape, so a passenger tweeting the experience.
It is not known on which airline the flight took place.
The original tweet became viral, with more than 7000 retweets and more than 15000 likes since it was released last Monday.
W が 無 だ っ た ク ク ク ク w w w w w w w w w w pic.twitter.com/FJv6kJnwnD
– こ ぉ ↑ し @ @ し お し し (@ kooo_TmS_suke) November 5, 2018
The Japanese news website Sora News 24 translated some of the tweets that acclaimed the cabin crew's creative problem-solving abilities.
"That's really smart," one tweeted.
"Great thinking with the companion," added another.
A third wrote, "How lucky he must be to be gifted with such a unique landscape."
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