Flight Attendants Make Their Point Through Lady Gaga
Tue, 05 Oct 2010 10:36:26
The Daily Telegraph reports that the crew of Cebu Pacific Airlines flight danced to Lady Gaga's music while performing their safety demonstration for passengers.
The crew aboard the flight bound for the Philippines decided they needed an innovative way to make people pay attention during their routine safety demonstrations. They have a point. When was the last time you paid attention to the flight attendants explaining how to use the oxygen masks or how to turn your seat cushion into a flotation device in case of a water landing? The Cebu crew apparently used Gaga's "Just Dance" to indicate that safety exits.
Check out the video below:
But to avoid being criticized for not taking safety seriously - and because it's their jobs- the cabin crew preformed a normal safety demonstration before take-off. The dance version was not performed until the plane hit cruising altitude!
What a creative way to enhance the work place and to make passengers pay attention to their rote safety spiel!
What other songs would you like to see your cabin crew perform while going over air safety procedures? Or do you think that the cabin crew should perform their routine in dry fashion and not make it "fun" and "creative?"