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Southwest Attendant’s ‘Sexy’ Safety Instructions Has Entire Plane Erupting In Laughter.

You might see flying as a mundane, but ultimately necessary evil. It’s also possible you’ve sat through pre-flight safety briefings so many times, you can quote the instructions in your sleep!

Well, we’re willing to bet you’ve never sat through an airline safety tutorial quite like the one experienced by the passengers of Flight 1597. On a routine trip from Dallas to Las Vegas, Southwestern flight attendant Nicholas Demore put on a “sexy”show that surprised and amused everyone on board, including his fellow crew members. Not surprisingly, the unusual safety briefing has started to go viral.


Video footage of Nicholas’s risque behavior was captured by passenger Samantha Lynch Kintner, who later uploaded it to Facebook.

“Everyone thought he was hilarious,” Kintner told WISTV. “He was funny throughout the flight.”

The video begins with Nicholas showing off the seatbelt with a suggestive pose. He later moves on to the safety manual, which he seems to be … actively seducing at one point.


The female attendant sharing the instructions over the intercom could barely keep it together, becoming so flustered she had to explain herself constantly and start some parts completely over.

Before long, she broke down into a fit of giggles, and she wasn’t alone. By this time, the passengers were laughing pretty hard themselves.

But Nicholas wasn’t done yet.


The lively steward went on to slide seductively down the side of a wall and also “strut his stuff”while making sure passengers were buckled in and that their trays were in an upright and locked position.


We won’t spoil the ending for you, but we will say the flight attendant’s one-man burlesque show earned a healthy round of applause when it was over. You can check out the full video below:

Whether you’re preparing for your next flight or just in the mood for a good laugh, you’ll definitely want to check it out. Also be sure to share this clip with anyone else looking to brighten up their day!

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