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January 18, 2024
Crew Fails To Rescue Passenger Stuck In Airplane Bathroom, Tells Him To Sit On Toilet For Landing
“Sir, we tried.”
That was the first line read in a note that was handed to a man stuck in an airplane bathroom. The crew tried to set the man free but gave up after an hour.
"'SpiceJet regrets and apologizes for the inconvenience caused to the passenger. The passenger is being provided a full refund,' it added, noting that he spent about an hour inside the bathroom.
The 37-year-old passenger later told The Times of India, 'I was traumatized, dazed and injured as I was thrown around inside the toilet as the plane landed in Bengaluru.'
At one point during the flight, the crew slipped the trapped passenger a note under the bathroom door, according to The India Express.
'Sir we tried our best to open the door, however, we could not. Do not panic," the note reportedly said. "We are landing in a few minutes, so please close the commode lid and sit on it and secure yourself. As soon as the main door is open, an engineer will come.'
This is what we call "toilet class".
The flight was just under two hours. The best part about this story is the very serious note they handed him. But unfortunately, he claims he was injured and traumatized from the experience. He even said his vision was blurred after the whole debacle.
"SIR WE TRIED OUR BEST TO OPEN THE DOOR, HOWEVER, WE COULD NOT OPEN. DO NOT PANIC, WE ARE LANDING IN FEW MINS, SO PLEASE CLOSE THE LID AND SIT ON IT AND SECURE YOURSELF. AS SOON AS THE MAIN DOOR IS OPEN ENGINEER WILL COME," the note read.
"DO NOT PANIC," it concluded.
He did indeed panic. But who wouldn't?
That video gives off some eerie vibes. Especially when you see the door handle swinging like that.
The last thing you should tell a claustrophobic man trapped in a bathroom is not to panic. It is almost as dumb as telling a woman who is overreacting to "calm down".
But is anyone else confused as to why the note was written in English if this was located in India?
The airline tried to give him a measly $60 voucher as if he would ever fly with them again. Now he is threatening a lawsuit, and time will tell if he will soon be able to afford to fly first class.
I guess the U.S. is not the only airline experiencing incompetent crew. But at least all the doors stayed on during the flight.
Let's just be glad the pilot didn't get stuck in there.
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