The next time you get on a plane, you might want to check your seat pocket before boarding.
Flight attendant Kelly, who works for Canadian airline Soup, discovered the item that passengers often steal. Tick tock account. For its 20,000 followers.
In the video, entitled “When and how to tell when an AV geek happened on a plane”, she walks around the cabin of the plane when it is empty.
However, she shows one of the rows that doesn’t have an airplane security card, which is usually stuck in the seat pockets.
He commented: “We always have extra because of that.”
The video has been viewed nearly 16,000 times on Tik Tak – many have admitted to doing so.
One person commented: “I won’t lie – I’ve done it 100% a few times.”
Another said, “I don’t, and I have two boxes of about 200 cards.”
Not everyone agreed, with someone else saying: “I would feel very guilty if I did that.”
Many asked if passengers were allowed to do so, to which Kelly replied “not technically”, but added that they had some distance.
However, he warned that each seat must have one seat or they are not allowed to fly – so taking one risks delaying flights.
Kelly first revealed why there are still ashtrays on flights – even though smoking has been banned on airplanes for years.