Flight attendant's hilarious announcement leaves passengers in stitches


A man has been dubbed the ‘world’s funniest’ flight attendant after a viral video shows him leaving 150 passengers in stitches with his snarky safety announcement.

Passenger Cindy Kuhn captured the hilarious moment the flight attendant took to the plane’s tannoy to read out his hilarious, unique take on a safety announcement.

Rows of passengers can be heard in the video above laughing hysterically as the flight attendant put his witty spin on what is normally a pretty routine passenger safety instruction before take-off.

Frontier Airlines flight attendant, Daniel Sandberg, started his announcement by introducing the flight attendant at the front of the plane as his wife and the one in the back as his mistress – before taking off on his three-minute comedy routine.

This video shows the ‘world’s funniest’ flight attendant leaving 150 passengers in stitches with his snarky safety announcement. Photo: Caters News

Cindy felt ‘lucky’ to have been on the 11pm flight from Orlando to Colorado Springs, on October 22, and quickly pressed record when she realised this was not your typical safety announcement.

“He must be the world’s funniest flight attendant. He was so personable and had us all in stitches – hook, line and sinker,” Cindy, from Colorado Springs, said.

“When he started his announcement it really perked people up and we all expected it to escalate in humour, which it did.

“Some people can be in a mood when flying so I think this was really great because it made everyone feel happy.”

In the video, the flight attendant is heard instructing passengers on how to help their ‘favourite child’ put their inflatable life jacket and that oxygen is only provided for passengers who ‘paid the extra $49.99’.

Rows of passengers can be heard in the video laughing hysterically as the flight attendant put his witty spin on what is normally a pretty routine passenger safety instruction before take-off. Photo: Getty Images

“My daughter is quite jealous that I got to be there because she’s never had a flight attendant like him,” Cindy said.

“It’s a great feeling when you can bring positivity to people all around the world.

“The attendant on my next flight has a hard act to follow – if I could I’d request to have Daniel on every one of my flights.”

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