By Luke Kenton
A well-humoured cabin crew made this bride-to-be’s hen do one to remember, by granting her wish to perform the safety demonstration in hilarious style.
Thankfully, bride-to-be, Tara, didn’t ask to become the pilot.
While flying from Brussels to Barcelona with a gaggle of 15 of her closest friends, Tara was en-route to a surprise hen-do abroad before her April wedding – but that wasn’t the only shock in store.
Having always dreamed of sampling the jet-setting lifestyle of a stewardess, Tara’s dream became a reality on March 24th, when friend Julie Marinower informed a staff member of her aspiration.
Conveniently already dressed as a stewardess for her long weekend away, Tara was called up to center stage in the aisle of the plane to direct the onlooking passengers to the nearest exits, much to the amusement of her bachelorettes.
Expertly demonstrating the safety card, life jacket and air masks, Tara’s impressive effort is met by a rapturous applause by those on board, as she takes a well-deserved bow.
Laughing throughout her best-friend of 15 year’s performance, 27-year-old Julie said: “We woke her up at six in the morning surprising her with a bachelorette weekend away.
“We dressed her up as a member of the cabin crew and then we thought to ask if she could actually be a part of the team.
“It was so funny – we really got the weekend off to a great start.
“She did a great job – thankfully she only wanted to be a stewardess.
“Everybody absolutely loved it, but no-one more than Tara.”