Researchers, who conducted a study for private jet charter company Stratos Jets, which was seen by The Sun, interviewed 119 flight attendants to find out some of the worst things they’ve done while on a duty on a plane. Interestingly, over 35% of cabin crew admitted that they had watered down passengers’ drinks. 74.8% of flight attendants also revealed that they had refused service to an intoxicated passenger on a flight.
From foot-long pigs in blankets to Brussels sprout flavoured tea, these are the most bonkers items to add to your shopping list this year.
At some point in our lives, we almost all rinsed our Christmas turkey under the tap. The water droplets that come in contact with the raw meat can spread all over the sink, the tap, the towels and nearby work surfaces spreading harmful bacteria that can cause food poisoning. The turkey that we buy can carry two dangerous bacteria in their uncooked state: the first is called campylobacter, and the second, which is one you’ve probably heard about, is salmonella.
Also included in the Christmas range will be Methuselah Prosecco, luxury caviar, and a chocolate carousel.