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Woman air traveler’s bizarre action inside plane goes viral on social media

A hilarious video has taken social media by storm, showing an air traveler of Southwest Airlines taking matters into her own hands—quite literally!

The unidentified woman was recorded by fellow travelers as she climbed into the overhead cabin to store her luggage, leaving many in disbelief.

The clip, which has amassed an astounding 51 million views on TikTok, shows the woman nonchalantly making herself at home in the cabin, much to the amusement of her fellow passengers.

While her reasoning remains unclear, social media users have been quick to offer their theories, ranging from a desire to avoid bothering others to a clever ploy to get some extra legroom.

As one user quipped, “I guess this is what happens when someone takes your seat and you don’t want to make a fuss!” Another joked, “I’m just wondering how she got up there in the first place!”

The lighthearted incident has brought some much-needed humor to the often-stressful world of air travel, reminding us that even in the most unexpected moments, a little creativity and humor can go a long way.

Meanwhile, Switzerland emerged as the victor of the 68th Eurovision Song Contest held in Malmo, Sweden, amid controversy surrounding Israel’s participation and the expulsion of the Dutch entry.

Nemo clinched the top spot with their performance of “The Code,” which combined elements of rap, rock, drum ‘n bass, and classical opera, including a mesmerizing act of balancing on a revolving spinning disc.

Accepting the trophy, Nemo expressed hopes for the contest to uphold its promise and continue promoting peace.

Croatian act Baby Lasagne, who garnered the highest public vote, secured second place with their rock track “Rim Tim Tagi Dim.”

Ukrainian duo Alyona Alyona & Jerry Hall claimed the third spot with their song “Teresa and Maria.”

This year’s contest was marked by controversy, with protests and calls for Israel’s exclusion due to its actions in Gaza.

During the final, loud booing accompanied Israel’s performance by Eden Golan and when Israel received its scores.

The Dutch entry was marred by controversy when Joost Klein was expelled from the contest following an incident. Dutch broadcaster AvroTros opted not to present the jury voting after this incident.

Klein was initially under investigation for questioning Golan’s participation during a news conference amid the conflict in Gaza. However, he was disqualified due to alleged verbal threats made to a female production worker.

In Malmo, thousands of pro-Palestinian demonstrators marched against Israel’s participation in the competition.

Protesters waving Palestinian flags set off smoke flares in the Palestinian flag colours and chanted: “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free” and “Israel is a terror state,” and they demanded a ceasefire in Gaza.

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