Race has passengers rolling in the aisle
TIME can really drag when you’re stuck 30,000 feet in the air with hundreds of strangers.
Which is why some quick-thinking fight attendants have gone viral.
To pass the time on a four-hour flight from North Carolina to Colorado, the crew on board a Southwest Airlines flight came up with a clever way to help the time pass – and got everyone involved.
They divided the passengers into two teams, according to which side of the plane they were on, and held a “toilet paper race”.
The aim of the game was to see which side of the plane could unravel a toilet paper roll down the length of the cabin the quickest.
The winning side reportedly got to disembark first, according to WFAA-TV.
Marcie Villarreal, who said she was on the winning side, took a video of the mid-flight race and posted it to Facebook.
“I’ve been flying different airlines my whole life, and just when
‘‘ I’ve been flying different airlines my whole life, and just when I think I’ve seen it all, your flight attendants decide to do a ‘toilet paper race’. Hands down the funnest (sic) flight ever and I was even travelling with my baby
I think I’ve seen it all, your flight attendants decide to do a ‘toilet paper race’,” she wrote.
“Hands down the funnest (sic) flight ever and I was even travelling with my baby.”
Southwest Airlines then shared her post, writing: “Good speed. Great form. These passengers may have a future in professional toilet paper roll racing.”