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EasyJet flight attendant mocks passengers for returning with ‘f***ing glowing’ teeth from Turkey

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A weary easyJet flight attendant has mocked passengers returning from Turkey with ‘f***ing glowing teeth’ in a bizarre rant.

Emma Kivell, 36, shared her outburst on Snapchat in which she blasted British passengers coming home from Dalaman to Manchester after having work done.

Still wearing her Easyjet uniform, the attendant said she was tired and then revealed a game she plays on flights.

Emma Kivell, 36, shared her outburst on Snapchat

Emma Kivell, 36, shared her outburst on Snapchat

The flight attendant was still wearing her easyJet uniform

The flight attendant was still wearing her easyJet uniform

Emma Kivell, 36, posted a bizarre outburst in which she blasted holidaymakers for spending money on their teeth

She said: ‘On the way back from Dalaman to Manchester, I do a game where I would get all the crew involved cause it’s funny.

‘It’s like – how many people do you think will get on the aircraft with their teeth done. It’s hilarious.’

She said on her last flight she bet six passengers would have had their teeth done but lost because there were only four.

The mother then slammed the passengers, saying their teeth were ‘f***ing glowing’ and said ‘I know my teeth are f***ed’.

She said: ‘I’ve got more issues like changing my daughter, putting clothes on my child’s back than paying four grand to get my teeth done.

Emma was reportedly worked for easyJet for ten years

Emma was reportedly worked for easyJet for ten years

She says she is 'always in trouble'

She says she is 'always in trouble'

She said on her last flight she bet six passengers would have had their teeth done but lost because there were only four.

‘I like to put my money into making memories. That’s my rant for today.’

The attendant, who is believed to have worked for easyJet for ten years, according to The Sun, said she often plays pranks on her colleagues, saying ‘I’m always in trouble’.

An easyJet spokesperson said: ‘We would like to apologise for any offence caused. 

‘This video is not reflective of the high standards we expect from our cabin crew and we will be launching an investigation as a result.’

Emma has been contacted for comment. 

DailyMail Online


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