huffingtonpost: In 2009, Miguel Saez Sanchez was in Los Angeles on vacation for a few days before a flight to Dublin and the night before the flight, which he was working, he had “3 or 4 vodkas and unwillingly ate” the pot brownie. Upset and emotional over a fight with friends, Sanchez boarded the flight to work, but became delusional upon take off.
At one point, Sanchez walked up to passengers with his jacket on and a briefcase in hand, which made him “look like he was getting off the flight.”
Now that’s one calls a serious reaction… But with the demands of being a flight attendant, shouldn’t Mr Sanchez have refrained from as he states ‘unwillingly’ eating the pot brownie? Emotions aside of course…
Post take-off, Sanchez thought he was being photographed by the plane’s passengers who he believed were “plants” by the airline. He then told a crew member that he could feel fleas and lice on his body.
One of course could only imagine the chagrin of Aer Lingus officials who must have had a public relations nightmare on their hands pursuant to Mr Sanchez erratic behavior.
Never mind, next time when Mr Sanchez flies with Aer Lingus it will be as a passenger and we’re sure the pilot will lead him to first class were he will offer him the biggest pot brownie available to first class flyers and then will hand a briefcase to Mr Sanchez and let him be.