- A video recently made the rounds on social media of the drama that took place on a flight
- A woman caused chaos on a plane because she didn’t want her expensive bag to be placed on the floor or in the overhead compartment
- The flight had to be eventually stopped upon the lady’s request and she was forcefully removed from it
An interesting drama recently played out on a Nigerian flight and it was all captured by Nollywood actress, Belinda Effah, who was also on board.
It was gathered that a lady onboard an Air Peace flight asked that the plane be stopped for her to leave because she did not want her expensive handbag placed on the floor or put in the upper cabinet.
As expected this caused a lot of excitement for other passengers on the plane as they whipped out their phones to capture the lady as well as the expensive bag causing all the drama.
The actress who witnessed the situation said that the plane had to make a U-turn as security officials escorted the erring passenger out of the plane.
“The expensive handbag that stopped us from flying. On take-off this girl said the flight should turn around and drop her off cos she will not let her bag be kept on the floor or be put in the upper cabinet because it’s too expensive.
"We had to make a U-turn and security officials escorted her out not after she almost broke my phone for capturing her. I mean I needed to see the expensive bag that caused such a row and got her so riled up. So I had to capture it for the world to see."
See the video below:
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