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Maskless Influencers Caught Partying, Vaping And Drinking Grey Goose On Packed Flight

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Maskless Influencers Caught Partying, Vaping And Drinking Grey Goose On Packed Flight

A Canadian government official has demanded a full investigation into a plane journey from Montreal to Cancun, Mexico, where a group of influencers were caught on video breaking a series of aviation rules and Covid-19 measures. Take a look at the footage below:

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The video in question, which was posted online by journalist Francis Pilon, has since gone viral on various social media platforms and depicts influencers dancing in close proximity to each other, with no social distancing in sight. 

In fact, not a single person on the packed Sunwing Airlines plane can be seen wearing masks. 

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At one point in the video, which was originally uploaded by the group themselves on Instagram, 2 male passengers use the plane’s phone as a prop as they make a speech to their crowd that is met with a raucous of applause. 

You can also see a woman smile as she shows the camera the large bottle of Grey Goose vodka the group were consuming. 

Another passenger was also seen casually vaping directly into the camera with sunglasses on. 

Credit: Twitter/@FrancisPilon_
Credit: Twitter/@FrancisPilon_
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Most shockingly, at one point you can see a man being lifted by fellow passengers and crowd surfing across the plane. 

No members of airline staff seemed to be present during the activities of the partying influencers. 

In the aftermath of this viral disregard for social order and public safety, Canadian transport minister Omar Alghabra directly condoned the behaviour of the passengers and demanded a full investigation. 

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The ‘party plane’ was also criticised by Rena Kisfalvi, president of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, which represent the flight attendants on board the Sunwing airlines flight. 

Kisfalvi stated: “This is unacceptable behavior from passengers that puts our cabin crew at enormous risk. 

“We need the airlines and the federal government to support and protect our members against this kind of mob behavior and make sure it never happens again.” 

Credit: Twitter/@FrancisPilon_
Credit: Twitter/@FrancisPilon_
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People in Canada, which currently has nearly 2.5 million Covid-19 cases, have also taken to social media to express their disgust at the behaviour of their social elite. 

One social media user said: “These fools acted like wild animals on their flight south, even the flight attendants hid away from them, there was zero control.” 

Another brutally stated: “I just saw some of the vids posted by these so-called “influencers” in QC who were on that #sunwing party plane. The epitome of entitlement. Peak human garbage… with thousands of followers.” 

Since the incident, the influencers face potential flight bans and are pending potential criminal charges of up to $5,000 dollars, Le Journal de Montréal has reported.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@FrancisPilon_

Topics: Coronavirus, Crime, Politics, World News

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