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Scoot investigating video of shirtless men partying with stewardess on flight

When you get so high on a plane that even the video pf your partying flies

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Singapore — What goes up on the internet, stays on the internet, as one TikToker may well be discovering. Even if it is later taken down.

His video showing him  partying shirtless and maskless, with copious amounts of alcohol involved on an airplane in the Scoot fleet.

The video has since been taken down from his account, but not before it went viral. Apparently, it has been viewed more than 600,000 times.

It has now prompted an investigation by  Scoot. The partying video  was uploaded to the Zabination TikTok account, although the details concerning the flight and the incident are unknown.

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The airline said on Jan 4 that it is investigating the incident, The Straits Times (ST) reported.

The 15-second video shows a woman in what appears to be a Scoot flight attendant black and yellow uniform along with a mask, face shield and gloves, laughing at the antics of two bare-chested and unmasked Caucasian men, even as she holds a finger to her lips, seemingly attempting to quiet them down.

Bottles of alcohol, first full and then empty, are also seen in the clip.

The men certainly look like they’re having a good time.

A spokesman for Scoot told ST: “Scoot treats the safety and well-being of passengers and crew with utmost importance. We are aware of the edited video posted to social media, and are investigating to ascertain the facts.”

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Coconuts Singapore reached out to Mr Marcin Zabinski, who is behind the Zabination account.  He said the video, which had been viewed 600,000 times was made for fun, but that he took it down in just one day, after the “many disgusting comments” were made concerning the flight attendant 

Coconuts said the flight attendant had already spoken to Scoot.

“This video was just for entertainment purposes. The news are fake. Scoot already accepted the explanation from the stewardess,” Mr Zabinski is quoted as saying. /TISG

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