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Updated At: Aug 07, 2022 07:08 PM (IST)
The mother, in sweet a gesture, distributed a small plastic bag to nearly 200 passengers on board which had candy, chewing gum and earplugs to facilitate co-travellers in case the lad screams. Pic credit- LinkedIn/Akshay Bhatla
A mother travelling from Seoul (Korea) to San Francisco (US) in a 10-hour long flight issued an advance apology on behalf of her 4-month-old baby for a probable nuisance latter could create during journey as it was his first flight and he was too small to pay heed to it.
The mother, in sweet a gesture, distributed a small plastic bag to nearly 200 passengers on board which had candy, chewing gum and earplugs to facilitate co-travellers in case the lad screams.
STORY THREAD!!! N:B This is a real-life story, see attached pictures in the story! During a 10-hour flight, she was heading from Seoul, Korea, to San Francisco, USA ✈️ This mother distributed more than 200 passengers on the plane a plastic bag for each one. pic.twitter.com/2PXPpqjYEu
The bag also had a message which reads, "Hello, I'm Junwoo and I'm 4 months old. Today, I am going to the US with my mom and grand mom to see my aunt. I'm a little bit nervous and scary because it's my first flight in my life, which means that I may cry or make too much noise. I will try to go quietly, though I can't make any promises.. Please excuse me. So my mom prepared little goodie bag for you! it has some candies and earplugs. Please use it when it's too noisy because of me. Enjoy your trip. Thank you. :)”
The heart-warming incident has left social media praising the mother for showing care for her co-travellers. Many believe the mother’s sense of respect for others is unspeakable.
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