Drugs in the sky


    Pilot And Stewardess Smoke Hashish During Flight.

    Fly the Drug-Addled Skies of Aeroflot March 13, 2009 at 2:31 PM | by JetSetCD

    Often we wonder why airlines still remind you, at the beginning of every flight, that "this is a non-smoking flight," because who can remember the last time open flame was welcomed in the sky? Of course, this innocent reminder goes for the flight attendants just as much as the passengers, but apparently needs to be broadened into "this is a non-bonging flight" for some Russian crew.

    Thanks to Gadling, we've been turned on to this video of a possible Aeroflot crew not only smoking in the galley, but fashioning a plastic bottle into a personal bong for smoking hash. Aside from the obvious major no-nos associated with this (like setting something on fire, doing drugs on the job and doing drugs on the job when you're job is to protect the safety of others), we wonder at their stupidity to then film it and post it online.

    If anyone happens to speak Russian and can translate their giggly words, which we bet are saying "oh man, this is totally going to get us fired," then let us know in the comments, because from now on, we'll be wondering what exactly is going down in the big galley in the back.
    It looks like they were actually "Pulkovo" flight attendants. What a shame. What they were thinking about? They probably lost their job over this.

    Or ...
    Do you think that video was staged?

    P.S. More on this topic: Drug travel
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    pro&con, I think there are no any arguments that there was really Pulkovo's personnel, even there are no any arguments that the film has been made in flight...


    Amsterdam airilnes =) Smoke some weed get high and fly with us :) Seriously it's not so funny as it seems... i'd prefer to stay landed rather to fly with this crew.