The woman in row four stands and walks to the coach cabin yet again and apparently not even with mild discreetness. Of course I was busy preparing the cart for a beverage service in coach, so it was a passenger that told me. With everything neatly in it’s place, we guide the cart carefully down the narrow aisle trying to avoid the elbows and feet inevidably blocking our way.
Once I reach the daber fellow just a few rows back, dressed in suit and tie with a proper English accent, I see what the passeger earlier was talking about. He too with no concern for what’s wrong or right, publicy sports a glass of beer that his friend had been not so secretly bringing him.
I really would like to know what would give someone the idea that it’s okay to order a drink that is meant for a specific cabin and take it to someone else. The most ironic part is that she only needed to ask. Instead, these passengers took advantage of the situation. This is why some people that I work with do not even offer pre departure beverages and limit the beverages given out. Free alcohol in the first class cabin is a benefit that some people would like to keep, so keep in mind the saying that “one person ruins it for everyone”!