Air hostess shares 5 things you shouldn’t do on plane – like drinking hot water

A former flight attendant gave expert advice to her followers – warning them about five things they should never do when they are on a plane.

Kat Kamalani, who has an impressive 840,000 fans on TikTok, shared her tips so passengers can have a pleasant journey.

"Number one – never get on an airplane without snacks because you never know what's gonna happen," she said.

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"Number two, I would not drink the hot water on the airplane."

Previously, Kat made a separate video to address the drink issues – claiming water tanks on planes are rarely cleaned and are disgusting.

She added: "Talk to a flight attendant, we rarely, rarely drink the tea or coffee.

"They come from the same water tank and so when you're drinking that coffee and tea it comes from that hot water and it's absolutely disgusting.

"The parts in the coffee machine won't be cleaned unless they are broken and the whole machine is never cleaned and they're by the lavatories."

Kat also asked traveller to "always obey the flight attendants and what they say".

She also recommends looking up alternative airports, alternative flights and hotels around "just in case anything happens" to your route.

"Number five, I would never divulge too much information, personal information to someone who's sitting next to you and asking about your life," she concluded.

One viewer said she always makes a new identity for herself and tells entertaining stories to fellow passengers.

And another recommended bringing a blanket because it gets cold in the cabin.

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In other news, a pest expert advised people to keep their suitcases hotel bathrooms so bed bugs don't have a chance to jump in their luggage.

"Bed bugs are least likely to be found in the bathroom," Missy Henriksen, ex-vice president of public affairs for the National Pest Management Association, said.

"They don't like the tile floors, and there aren't as many hiding places. They like to be closer to where people may be sleeping."


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