Sunday, June 24, 2007

Milo spillage on flight

On the return flight back to PG last Thu night, there was a flight stewardess (Chinese,C) that accidentally poured a milo over the body of a japanese lady, who was sitting 3 rows in front of me. (Haha! exactly like the drama series uh?!). C kept saying "I am very sorry..I am so sorry....I am very sorry......" for not less than 30 times lah for the whole journey. She offered the towel, offered to bring down her luggage so that she could have a clothes change, offered almost everything she could think of lah but the Jap seemed like 'tak mau/payah' loh. I heard them kept on laughing.

Later her supervisor came, a Malay stewardess came to assist. This C frowned and muttered," Sei lah lit chi, sei lah!" while she walked to the back (we were at seat 22-25 thus very near to the rear toilet). After a long session of chicken and duck talk, she said to another male flight attendance," Tak....Dia tak ada luggage langsung kat sini, tak dapat tukarrrr."

They finally after about 15 minutes, able to convince her to walk to the toilet to clean despite the towel cleaning done at her seat. I could see her shirt and pants were stained all over.

Later on before landing, this supervisor came and asked the Jap lady with sign language (thumb raised up with 'bagus' sign) whether her clothes OK? her Mp3 ok? her everything OK? and told her she need to report on behalf of her if there 's anything wrong happened. A bit of chicken and duck talk still as the Jap lady and her friends sitting beside her did not seem to understand. Even the jap old guy sitting opposite also couldn't seem to understand. The supervisor did not give up, told her again and again," Can you switch on your mp3 and see if it works? I need to write report. Ya, ya, this one, ON it, ya, press ON....power ON....If not working, I need to raise a report so that you can claim." Ha! right at this juncture, the Jap old lady at the back of the seat came into scene, translated to them. The supervisor was so glad that there's finally somebody who could do the translation so she talked to this old lady what she needs to know whether her mp3 was working. AND.....what happened after kilikulu kilikulu, I could see from the expression of the supervisor,"So..NO? not working?!.....OK, I'll write the report."

The supervisor left to get something. The jap lady (who got spilled) and her friend, plus the old jap guy sitting opposite side (they were of one gang) laughed with kilikulu kilikulu.

The supervisor later came with paper and let both of the ladies signed. The Jap lady at the back asked "why ?" The supervisor told her," coz you are the one who helped us to translate."

Hehe....are you thinking what I think? :)