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A video of the Indigo cabin crew has gone viral when they lose their cool while dealing with disrespectful passengers.

A video of the cabin crew has gone viral when they lose their cool while dealing with disrespectful passenger.

Today, a lot of information spreads quickly online. One of the Indigo flight staff members got into a dispute with a passenger over the course of the meal.

The video makes it visible and audible that, The crew is attempting to convey to the passengers that they are responsible for providing the meals on board as per the list. The entire incident was recorded on camera by one of the passengers. The passenger’s disrespect towards the crew during their argument with the first cabin crew appears to have irritated them. In addition, for peer support, another crew had arrived to provide the details of the error that had occurred and to clarify that the crew was not at fault.

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The crew was speaking to the passenger politely, but things quickly got out of hand. The crew lost their cool and told the passenger to stop talking, then quickly apologized. The Indigo CEO offered his support to the staff during the incident. The majority of internet users claimed that each passenger must show respect for the staff because, by law, they are required to serve the passenger.

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Detailed information about the dispute is unavailable. Please share your thoughts on the incident in the comment box.

 

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