A man has been dubbed the “world’s funniest” flight attendant by a passenger after a viral video shows him leaving a full flight in stitches with his hysterical safety announcement.
Cindy Kuhn captured the moment Frontier Airlines flight attendant Daniel Sandberg read his hilarious take on the preflight safety demonstration over the loudspeaker.
Rows of passengers can be heard in the video laughing hysterically as the flight attendant put his own spin on what are normally pretty routine passenger-safety instructions before takeoff.
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.
Kuhn told the Daily Mail she felt lucky to have been on the evening flight from Orlando to Colorado Springs, Colo., on Oct. 22, and that she quickly started recording when she realized that this was not your typical spiel before takeoff.
In the video, Sandberg jokes that “in the event that this flight becomes a cruise,” everyone onboard has been given an “itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, yellow polka dot bikini.”
He also warned, “If by chance yours does not inflate, well, grab your neighbor and hold on for dear life.”
Sandberg also gave passengers instructions on how to help their “favorite child” put their inflatable life jacket and said that oxygen is provided only for passengers who “paid the extra $49.99.”
“He must be the world’s funniest flight attendant. He was so personable and had us all in stitches, hook, line, and sinker,” Kuhn said.
“When he started his announcement, it really perked people up and we all expected it to escalate in humor, which it did,” she said. “Some people can be in a mood when flying so I think this was really great because it made everyone feel happy.”
Kuhn said if it were possible, she’d request “to have Daniel on every one of my flights.”
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