Recently, a Malaysian celebrity came under fire for posting a photo of a MAS air stewardess who apologised for being unable to help stow the celebrity’s hand luggage into the overhead stowage compartment, as she had a severe backache.
The distasteful tweet directed to MAS as a complaint, was made worse tenfolds when the celebrity, Nur Fathia Latiff, ‘told the stewardess’ to “Go home if she had a back ache“.
Many spoke up against Fathia and responded to her tweet, calling her insensitive, but none pulled off the feat as well as Twitter user @ckliio9.
Below is a transcript of his comments responding to Fathia
Firstly, you obviously don't know the roles of the Cabin Crew.
#2, you're not an experienced
— I/O (@ckliio9) December 4, 2016
Just incase anyone doubts Twitter user @ckiio9‘s claims, the cabin crew are indeed not required to stow passengers’ hand luggages into the overhead stowage compartment.
Fathia later responded to the abashment on Twitter, saying that the air stewardess in question shot dirty looks at her and raised her voice.
Nur Fathia Abdul Latiff, commonly known as Nur Fathia or Fathia, is a Malaysian actress and model best known for playing the role of “Ummu Hani” in the hit 2010 drama Hani with Ryzal Jaafar, or at least she used to be. From now on forth, it seems that the star-speckled celebrity will be remembered as the woman who was distastefully insensitive to an air stewardess.
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– The Inscriber