A thug has been arrested in Singapore after cursing out and threatening a flight attendant and making a fool out of himself onboard a Singapore Airlines flight from Bangkok to Singapore. All over a bottle of water?
Man Threatens Singapore Airlines Flight Attendant…Over Water
The video below, shared on Tik Tok, is not safe for work. Let me give you a preview:
“Why don’t you give me f*cking water, you f*cking idiot?”
He claimed flight attendants denied him water for two hours. But as it turns out, SQ711 from Bangkok (BKK) to Singapore (SIN) is only two hours in length, so it is hardly likely that he was denied water for that long. He then threatens to “push over” the flight attendant.
As the story goes, the guy with the dopy haircut, red jacket, and black hat consumed too much alcohol onboard and became enraged when flight attendants cut him off. A Singapore Airlines spokesperson offered this statement to The Straits Times:
“After his multiple requests… our cabin crew assessed the situation and politely declined to serve him alcohol to ensure the safety of the other customers. “The safety of our customers and staff is always our top priority,” a statement from the airline continued. SIA apologises to all customers on board the flight for the inconvenience caused by this incident.”
Here’s the video:
On 8 Nov 2022, on sq711 landed at Singapore Terminal 2 from Bangok this crazy passenger threatened to push over the sq crew if he does not give him water. The seat belt sign is still on and he suppose to be seated. Wasted all the passenger time for the ground staff security to take him off the plane.#stomp
His conduct is outrageous and I hope he serves hard time for his outburst. I love how the plane bursts into applause as he is led off.
A thuggish passenger on a short flight from BKK-SIN apparently menaced a flight attendant when he was denied (more) alcohol. Now he faces a fine and prison time, which I hope is harsh to deter others from drinking alcohol without discretion onboard.
I cannot quite tell from his accent, but hopefully, he is not an American…
Folks, on this side of the mask era, are you noticing a very stable trend when it comes to the link between flight disturbances and alcohol?
(H/T: Paddle You Own Kanoo)