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Emirates Flight Attendant Filmed Pouring Champagne Back Into Bottle

Emirates Flight Attendant Filmed Pouring Champagne Back Into Bottle


A Reddit user was surprised to see a flight attendant refilling a Champagne bottle

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An Emirates flight attendant was filmed pouring a old glass of Champagne back into a bottle on a recent flight to Dubai.

Emirates Airline is known for providing a high-end, very luxurious travel experience. That’s why it was particularly surprising when a video surfaced this week showing an Emirates flight attendant pouring a glass of Champagne back into a bottle.

The video was inadvertently taken by a passenger named Yevgeny Kaymov, who was flying business class to Dubai on Emirates’ Airbus A380. He was making a video of the luxurious business class cabin, which even has a fully stocked walk-up bar, when he caught the flight attendant in the background, pouring a small glass of Champagne back into a bottle.

“I accidentally filmed this video, and didn't even notice this moment at the time, pouring unfinished champagne back into the bottle. Is that normal practice Emirates?” he wrote on Instagram, tagging the airline so they would see it.

The video was also posted to Reddit, where users speculated about why the flight attendant could possibly be putting a glass of Champagne back into the bottle. Some speculated she was filling up a bottle of leftovers to keep for herself later. Others suggested she was just trying to consolidate the unused Champagne to throw it out later.

Before we get all worked up, was that from first class passengers, or coach? Clearly one is much more egregious than the other.

— Andy Anderson (@ndyndrsn) July 14, 2017

Airlines prove over and again how despicable they are, and with such disdain they treat us all, first class or not.

— Tom Diamond (@TomDiamond14) July 14, 2017

So she poured it back in to throw it away later. Nothing wrong with that.

— AJ (@AJ18018) July 14, 2017

Pouring Champagne back into the bottle does not appear to be standard Emirates service, though, because the airline told The Independent: “Emirates always strives to provide the top quality service. Actions recorded on this video do not comply with our quality standards. We are currently investigating the incident.”


A flight attendant was seen pouring Champagne back into the bottle on an Emirates flight

A passenger on a recent Emirates flight to Dubai accidentally caught a controversial moment on camera while filming the inside of his plane.

Yevgeny Kayumov was flying to Dubai on an A380 plane when he filmed the video in Business Class, according to The Daily Mail. After noticing the flight attendant pouring flutes of Champagne back into the bottle in the background of the video, he posted it on Instagram and tagged Emirates, asking if this was a "normal practice."

Debate has since ensued on the internet about why the Champagne was being poured back into the bottle. Many people have been using a Reddit thread to share their theories, as well as criticize or praise the airline.

One Reddit user offered a theory that could clear up the controversy. "As an airline employee. there is no way they are taking it for themselves or saving it for later (against health codes, employee rules. ). She is almost certainly pouring the leftovers back into one container and then will go to the lavatory and pour it all down the sink at once," they said.

Other users claiming to have experience in the airline industry wrote that the flight attendant was most likely consolidating liquids to avoid having wet trash on the plane.

According to the Daily Mail, a spokesperson for the airline told Moskva City News that "actions recorded on this video do not comply with our quality standards. We are currently investigating the incident."


A flight attendant was seen pouring Champagne back into the bottle on an Emirates flight

A passenger on a recent Emirates flight to Dubai accidentally caught a controversial moment on camera while filming the inside of his plane.

Yevgeny Kayumov was flying to Dubai on an A380 plane when he filmed the video in Business Class, according to The Daily Mail. After noticing the flight attendant pouring flutes of Champagne back into the bottle in the background of the video, he posted it on Instagram and tagged Emirates, asking if this was a "normal practice."

Debate has since ensued on the internet about why the Champagne was being poured back into the bottle. Many people have been using a Reddit thread to share their theories, as well as criticize or praise the airline.

One Reddit user offered a theory that could clear up the controversy. "As an airline employee. there is no way they are taking it for themselves or saving it for later (against health codes, employee rules. ). She is almost certainly pouring the leftovers back into one container and then will go to the lavatory and pour it all down the sink at once," they said.

Other users claiming to have experience in the airline industry wrote that the flight attendant was most likely consolidating liquids to avoid having wet trash on the plane.

According to the Daily Mail, a spokesperson for the airline told Moskva City News that "actions recorded on this video do not comply with our quality standards. We are currently investigating the incident."


A flight attendant was seen pouring Champagne back into the bottle on an Emirates flight

A passenger on a recent Emirates flight to Dubai accidentally caught a controversial moment on camera while filming the inside of his plane.

Yevgeny Kayumov was flying to Dubai on an A380 plane when he filmed the video in Business Class, according to The Daily Mail. After noticing the flight attendant pouring flutes of Champagne back into the bottle in the background of the video, he posted it on Instagram and tagged Emirates, asking if this was a "normal practice."

Debate has since ensued on the internet about why the Champagne was being poured back into the bottle. Many people have been using a Reddit thread to share their theories, as well as criticize or praise the airline.

One Reddit user offered a theory that could clear up the controversy. "As an airline employee. there is no way they are taking it for themselves or saving it for later (against health codes, employee rules. ). She is almost certainly pouring the leftovers back into one container and then will go to the lavatory and pour it all down the sink at once," they said.

Other users claiming to have experience in the airline industry wrote that the flight attendant was most likely consolidating liquids to avoid having wet trash on the plane.

According to the Daily Mail, a spokesperson for the airline told Moskva City News that "actions recorded on this video do not comply with our quality standards. We are currently investigating the incident."


A flight attendant was seen pouring Champagne back into the bottle on an Emirates flight

A passenger on a recent Emirates flight to Dubai accidentally caught a controversial moment on camera while filming the inside of his plane.

Yevgeny Kayumov was flying to Dubai on an A380 plane when he filmed the video in Business Class, according to The Daily Mail. After noticing the flight attendant pouring flutes of Champagne back into the bottle in the background of the video, he posted it on Instagram and tagged Emirates, asking if this was a "normal practice."

Debate has since ensued on the internet about why the Champagne was being poured back into the bottle. Many people have been using a Reddit thread to share their theories, as well as criticize or praise the airline.

One Reddit user offered a theory that could clear up the controversy. "As an airline employee. there is no way they are taking it for themselves or saving it for later (against health codes, employee rules. ). She is almost certainly pouring the leftovers back into one container and then will go to the lavatory and pour it all down the sink at once," they said.

Other users claiming to have experience in the airline industry wrote that the flight attendant was most likely consolidating liquids to avoid having wet trash on the plane.

According to the Daily Mail, a spokesperson for the airline told Moskva City News that "actions recorded on this video do not comply with our quality standards. We are currently investigating the incident."


A flight attendant was seen pouring Champagne back into the bottle on an Emirates flight

A passenger on a recent Emirates flight to Dubai accidentally caught a controversial moment on camera while filming the inside of his plane.

Yevgeny Kayumov was flying to Dubai on an A380 plane when he filmed the video in Business Class, according to The Daily Mail. After noticing the flight attendant pouring flutes of Champagne back into the bottle in the background of the video, he posted it on Instagram and tagged Emirates, asking if this was a "normal practice."

Debate has since ensued on the internet about why the Champagne was being poured back into the bottle. Many people have been using a Reddit thread to share their theories, as well as criticize or praise the airline.

One Reddit user offered a theory that could clear up the controversy. "As an airline employee. there is no way they are taking it for themselves or saving it for later (against health codes, employee rules. ). She is almost certainly pouring the leftovers back into one container and then will go to the lavatory and pour it all down the sink at once," they said.

Other users claiming to have experience in the airline industry wrote that the flight attendant was most likely consolidating liquids to avoid having wet trash on the plane.

According to the Daily Mail, a spokesperson for the airline told Moskva City News that "actions recorded on this video do not comply with our quality standards. We are currently investigating the incident."


A flight attendant was seen pouring Champagne back into the bottle on an Emirates flight

A passenger on a recent Emirates flight to Dubai accidentally caught a controversial moment on camera while filming the inside of his plane.

Yevgeny Kayumov was flying to Dubai on an A380 plane when he filmed the video in Business Class, according to The Daily Mail. After noticing the flight attendant pouring flutes of Champagne back into the bottle in the background of the video, he posted it on Instagram and tagged Emirates, asking if this was a "normal practice."

Debate has since ensued on the internet about why the Champagne was being poured back into the bottle. Many people have been using a Reddit thread to share their theories, as well as criticize or praise the airline.

One Reddit user offered a theory that could clear up the controversy. "As an airline employee. there is no way they are taking it for themselves or saving it for later (against health codes, employee rules. ). She is almost certainly pouring the leftovers back into one container and then will go to the lavatory and pour it all down the sink at once," they said.

Other users claiming to have experience in the airline industry wrote that the flight attendant was most likely consolidating liquids to avoid having wet trash on the plane.

According to the Daily Mail, a spokesperson for the airline told Moskva City News that "actions recorded on this video do not comply with our quality standards. We are currently investigating the incident."


A flight attendant was seen pouring Champagne back into the bottle on an Emirates flight

A passenger on a recent Emirates flight to Dubai accidentally caught a controversial moment on camera while filming the inside of his plane.

Yevgeny Kayumov was flying to Dubai on an A380 plane when he filmed the video in Business Class, according to The Daily Mail. After noticing the flight attendant pouring flutes of Champagne back into the bottle in the background of the video, he posted it on Instagram and tagged Emirates, asking if this was a "normal practice."

Debate has since ensued on the internet about why the Champagne was being poured back into the bottle. Many people have been using a Reddit thread to share their theories, as well as criticize or praise the airline.

One Reddit user offered a theory that could clear up the controversy. "As an airline employee. there is no way they are taking it for themselves or saving it for later (against health codes, employee rules. ). She is almost certainly pouring the leftovers back into one container and then will go to the lavatory and pour it all down the sink at once," they said.

Other users claiming to have experience in the airline industry wrote that the flight attendant was most likely consolidating liquids to avoid having wet trash on the plane.

According to the Daily Mail, a spokesperson for the airline told Moskva City News that "actions recorded on this video do not comply with our quality standards. We are currently investigating the incident."


A flight attendant was seen pouring Champagne back into the bottle on an Emirates flight

A passenger on a recent Emirates flight to Dubai accidentally caught a controversial moment on camera while filming the inside of his plane.

Yevgeny Kayumov was flying to Dubai on an A380 plane when he filmed the video in Business Class, according to The Daily Mail. After noticing the flight attendant pouring flutes of Champagne back into the bottle in the background of the video, he posted it on Instagram and tagged Emirates, asking if this was a "normal practice."

Debate has since ensued on the internet about why the Champagne was being poured back into the bottle. Many people have been using a Reddit thread to share their theories, as well as criticize or praise the airline.

One Reddit user offered a theory that could clear up the controversy. "As an airline employee. there is no way they are taking it for themselves or saving it for later (against health codes, employee rules. ). She is almost certainly pouring the leftovers back into one container and then will go to the lavatory and pour it all down the sink at once," they said.

Other users claiming to have experience in the airline industry wrote that the flight attendant was most likely consolidating liquids to avoid having wet trash on the plane.

According to the Daily Mail, a spokesperson for the airline told Moskva City News that "actions recorded on this video do not comply with our quality standards. We are currently investigating the incident."


A flight attendant was seen pouring Champagne back into the bottle on an Emirates flight

A passenger on a recent Emirates flight to Dubai accidentally caught a controversial moment on camera while filming the inside of his plane.

Yevgeny Kayumov was flying to Dubai on an A380 plane when he filmed the video in Business Class, according to The Daily Mail. After noticing the flight attendant pouring flutes of Champagne back into the bottle in the background of the video, he posted it on Instagram and tagged Emirates, asking if this was a "normal practice."

Debate has since ensued on the internet about why the Champagne was being poured back into the bottle. Many people have been using a Reddit thread to share their theories, as well as criticize or praise the airline.

One Reddit user offered a theory that could clear up the controversy. "As an airline employee. there is no way they are taking it for themselves or saving it for later (against health codes, employee rules. ). She is almost certainly pouring the leftovers back into one container and then will go to the lavatory and pour it all down the sink at once," they said.

Other users claiming to have experience in the airline industry wrote that the flight attendant was most likely consolidating liquids to avoid having wet trash on the plane.

According to the Daily Mail, a spokesperson for the airline told Moskva City News that "actions recorded on this video do not comply with our quality standards. We are currently investigating the incident."


A flight attendant was seen pouring Champagne back into the bottle on an Emirates flight

A passenger on a recent Emirates flight to Dubai accidentally caught a controversial moment on camera while filming the inside of his plane.

Yevgeny Kayumov was flying to Dubai on an A380 plane when he filmed the video in Business Class, according to The Daily Mail. After noticing the flight attendant pouring flutes of Champagne back into the bottle in the background of the video, he posted it on Instagram and tagged Emirates, asking if this was a "normal practice."

Debate has since ensued on the internet about why the Champagne was being poured back into the bottle. Many people have been using a Reddit thread to share their theories, as well as criticize or praise the airline.

One Reddit user offered a theory that could clear up the controversy. "As an airline employee. there is no way they are taking it for themselves or saving it for later (against health codes, employee rules. ). She is almost certainly pouring the leftovers back into one container and then will go to the lavatory and pour it all down the sink at once," they said.

Other users claiming to have experience in the airline industry wrote that the flight attendant was most likely consolidating liquids to avoid having wet trash on the plane.

According to the Daily Mail, a spokesperson for the airline told Moskva City News that "actions recorded on this video do not comply with our quality standards. We are currently investigating the incident."


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