Woman's Reaction Praised After Man Is Sick In Her Hair
A woman's reaction has been widely praised online after the man sat behind her on a plane was sick in her hair. Yep, you read that right. Actual vomit. And if the mental image isn't enough for you, here is some actual footage so you can see the full extent of the damage.
The woman was innocently sat aboard the 8am Spirit Airlines flight earlier this week, waiting to take off, when disaster struck. Thankfully, with it being 2019 and all that, someone was on hand to live tweet the whole thing.
Cassidy Smith started her thread with the mysterious caption: "My memorable morning with @spiritairlines." She was quick to praise the vomit victim for maintaining her composure, which I think we can all admit might have been a stretch for the best of us.
The first video from the plane shows the woman in question at the front by the cockpit, with a flight attendant using plastic gloves in an attempt to pick out the lovely chunks of vom that have been deposited on her head.
Cassidy then turns the camera to herself to show her reaction - which I think everyone will agree, is highly relatable.
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A zoomed-in image shows the poor girl with chunks of red sick all matted into her blond hair. Cassidy has captioned it: "I. Would. Die." Yep, same.
Then the vommer, as we'll call him for the purposes of this article, is taken off the aircraft - along with everyone else, while the plane is cleaned.
As he tries to navigate his way through the terminal, he appears slightly confused - almost like you would if you were drunk.
And then we see her. The woman, the myth, the legend - the girl who had sick in her hair is fresh, clean and unbelievably chipper, having washed her hair in the bathroom sink in the airport. What an inspiration.
Cassidy says the poor victim handled it all like an 'absolute champ' - there's no way you can argue with that.
Passengers can then re-board the plane, before finally heading off on their journey. Well - that was the plan.
But sometimes things don't pan out quite like you expect them to, and not content with the delay they've already experienced, two other passengers lock themselves in a toilet which floods the back of the plane. Great timing, guys.
Cassidy then completes her commentary by praising the crew and pilot for their handling of the whole thing. She also says the sick-gate victim 'deserves free flights or fresh hair or something'. I would absolutely agree.
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Cassidy44