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Whiny passenger gets a “window view” from flight attendant

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Nov. 13, 18 | 4:10 pm

First-time flyers or even some regular travelers wish to get the best seat in the plane—one next to a window. But because of full flight bookings, it’s not always possible.

A whining airline passenger, out of luck, got a flight seat next to a wall. As a customer, he thought the cabin crew would arrange for him to swap seats as he requested.

But a flight attendant came up with a rather sassy, yet witty, response—he got a piece of paper, drew a picture of a window, and stuck it on the wall next to the whining passenger.

According to Daily Mail UK, the incident happened on a flight in Japan. Another passenger on board took to Twitter to share the incident, which instantly became viral.

According to Twitter user @koo_TmS_suke, the passenger blurted out the words ‘give me a window seat’ to the airline crew.

He shared that one of the flight attendants walked away, then came back to the whining passenger with a piece of paper and stuck it onto the wall next to his seat.

Drawn on the paper is a picture of a window with blue sea and white clouds, to mimic the ‘window scenery’ the flight passenger wanted.

Serves him right? Give us your thoughts on this in the message section below.

Photo from Twitter user @koo_TmS_suke

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