Air hostess filmed pouring champagne back into bottle

Angelica Greene
July 16, 2017

"She is nearly certainly pouring the leftovers back into one container and then will go to the lavatory and pour it all down the sink at once", they said.

It is important to know that as passengers in business (from where this video is shot) and first class are seated, the flight attendants come around with flutes filled with champagne, water, and orange juice and offer it to patrons.

He posted the video to his Instagram account, tagging the airline in his caption.

A passenger on a recent Emirates flight to Dubai accidentally caught a controversial moment on camera while filming the inside of his plane. "I bet they're pouring it all back in the bottle so they can then pour it out at cruising instead of dumping it all in the trash can making it all soggy".

Kayumov also asked the airline: "Is that normal practice Emirates?"

Kayumov initially wrote in Russian in the description of his video asking Emirates directly why the flight attendant did not pour out the champagne that had not been consumed.

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The Independent's anonymous cabin crew columnist "Brad Bernoulli" weighed in with his own assessment.

Some Reddit users branded the act "disgusting" but others thought there might be a reasonable explanation. This stops flight attendants taking alcohol off of the flight; this is because some airlines used to allow flight staff to take opened bottles off the flight after landing for personal use, but due to "safety reasons" and the perceived loss of money (some staff were stealing full bottles), most airlines now prohibit this. "We can't pour hot liquids out when we are parked at the gate, but I get rid of them by putting it in the toilet and flushing".

A video showing an airline stewardess pouring champagne back into a bottle on a plane has prompted the ire of the internet.

However, the airline itself has been less sympathetic. "We are now investigating the incident".

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But a spokesperson from Emirates told a publication that such actions "did not comply" with their quality standards.

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