Airline workers furious mid-air rant as she yells Im not your servant

A furious airline worker became embroiled in a ferocious row with a passenger in mid-air.

A member of staff at Indian airline IndiGo reportedly lost her cool on a flight from Istanbul to Delhi after the passenger made her colleagues cry.

The woman was heard demanding the passenger stop "pointing your finger at me and yelling at me, my crew is crying because of you" in a video that has since attracted plenty of attention online, MailOnline reported.

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The row seems to have begun after the man asked for a sandwich and was told the crew would check if one was available before he started shouting at employees.

The IndiGo staff member could be heard saying: "Please try to understand, there is a cart and counted meals are uplifted [on the plane]. We can only serve what your boarding…"

The man is then heard interrupting her, asking: "Why are you yelling?"

The crew member then responded: "Because you are yelling at us."

She then continued: "I am so sorry sir but you do not talk to the crew like that.

"I am peacefully listening to you with all due respect, but you have to respect the crew as well."

She then scolded the man for pointing fingers at the crew when he asked how he had disrespected the crew.

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A loud clash ensued during which the passenger shouted: "Shut up."

In response, the woman shouted: "You shut up, I'm sorry you cannot talk to me like that… I'm an employee, I'm not your servant."

The heated exchange then came to an end with the employee turning around and pulling a Covid mask over her face.

A spokesperson for the airline said: "We are aware of the incident that took place on flight 6E 12 from Istanbul to Delhi on December 16, 2022.

"The issue was related to meals chosen by certain passengers traveling via a codeshare connection.

"IndiGo is cognisant of the needs of its customers and it is our constant endeavor to provide a courteous and hassle-free experience to our customers.

"We are looking into the incident and would like to assure that customers' comfort has always been our top priority. We are committed to providing the best experience at all times."

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