‘World’s Funniest Flight Attendant’ Gives Hilarious Safety Briefing

Nov 6, 2018

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Passengers on a Frontier Airlines flight from Orlando (MCO) to Colorado Springs (COS) were treated with a humorous rendition of the typically monotonous passenger safety briefing. Flight attendant Daniel Sanberg started the announcements comedy routine by introducing the flight attendant in the front of the plane as his wife and the one in the rear as his mistress. Once passenger Cindy Kuhn heard that, she whipped out her phone to record the three-minute speech that instantly had passengers laughing till they cried.

Kuhn told Daily Mail, “He must be the world’s funniest flight attendant. He was so personable and had us all in stitches – hook, line and sinker.”

Sandberg instructed passengers to “make sure to adjust your own mask before assisting your favorite child, another passenger or your husband who is definitely screaming louder than you are.”

The comical flight attendant also poked fun at the low-cost carrier. He added, “let’s be honest, only those of you who paid the extra $49.99 get any oxygen.”

Cindy Kuhn was thrilled that she was able to witness the moment and said that it was the perfect end to her vacation. She explained, “It was fun to experience something like this first hand, just being there and having such a rare and hilarious moment happen. I felt lucky to be there, considering you normally only see these things in viral videos.”

Featured image by courtesy of Frontier. 

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