A group of noisy Canadians will have to find another way home after reveling on a flight from northern Great White to Mexico…it’s out of control.
Check out this video… This is a group of people who appear to be in their 20s. They are in the cabin of a Sunwing Airlines plane flying to Cancun on New Year’s Eve. This was shot the day before NYE, by the way, so they have been almost a full week now.
As you can see, the aisle is simply chaos…People are smoking e-cigarettes, drinking alcohol, holding each other up, and letting a small group of people surf in the crowded area. Of course, no one seems to wear a mask…or observe any form of etiquette.
Indeed, it looks like a college fraternity party-if you want to know where the crew is and how they let things get out of control… In other words, the waiter actually gave up the noisy group of people trying to establish order and hide In the front and/or back, let passengers do whatever they want-according to local reports, quoting union representatives.
And this…Many airplane parties are obviously well-known because some of them are described as social media influencers or reality TV stars in their hometown-although no specific names have surfaced yet.
This bad behavior has not been ignored in the end… In fact, the Canadian Federal Government is actually conducting a thorough investigation on it, and its own Minister of Transportation has clearly called for these people to be held accountable-calling their behavior “unacceptable.”
Sunwing itself launched an investigation… and took further measures to punish them, canceling their flight back to Montreal originally scheduled for Wednesday.
In addition to being trapped south of the border, unruly people face potentially huge fines – up to $5,000 per violation – if they do it again on the flight home… They may even be sentenced to jail because Canada’s COVID rules are very strict today.
As you might imagine, the number of cases there is now high…just like the rest of the world-the government has advised people to avoid international travel as much as possible.
It’s not that this will solve the problem here, because the mob has clearly transcended the situation. But…maybe Canadians can get some advice from American flight attendants who have recently become witty to limit the disorderly dissidents in the sky.
When you need it, a small piece of tape and some cable ties will be of great help…The same is true of the previous air police. Anyway, what happened to those guys? ? ? 😅