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Author Topic: Are public sightings and reports managed properly in emergencies?  (Read 7896 times)
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« Reply #15 on: March 14, 2009, 03:58:49 PM »

The Dizzy Blonde.
Flying out of Sydney in a 747 to the UK a young women got out of her economy seat and went and sat 1st class as soon as the belt sign went out.
Hostess went up to her and said she must return to her own seat.
She replied 'I'm blonde I'm beautiful and I'm going to London.'
The purser was called and told her she had only paid economy and it was against the rules to travel up front.She replied 'I'm blonde I'm beautiful and I'm going to London'
After exhaustive arguments with more crew  and the same reply they decided to call the Captain.
He soon emerged and was seen bending over the woman and saying something.
The blonde immediately jumped up and ran back to economy  seat fastening her belt.
A perpexed crew asked the captain how he got her to move so quickly.
He simply said 'I told her 1st class doesn't go to London'
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