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Flight Attendant Delights Passengers With Hilarious Safety Demonstration

Ignoring the safety instructions on a flight is something most are probably guilty of, but on a recent Southwest Airlines flight passengers could not keep their eyes off the attendant as he gave a highly theatrical take on the familiar routine.

Video posted on Twitter by Stephanie Leytrick shows the talented cabin crew member giving it his all as he instructs on how to fasten seat belts and put on a life vest.

“The best Southwest Airlines flight attendant EVER!! #GiveHimARaise,” Leytrick wrote on Twitter.

“The flight attendant was hilarious and even sang a song when we arrived at our destination,” Leytrick said. Credit: Stephanie Leytrick via Storyful

Video transcript

- To release, lift up on the buckle. Position your seat belt tight and low across your hips, and wear it any time you are seated. There are six emergency exits on this aircraft-- two forward door exits, two over-wing exits, and two doors in the rear of the aircraft. Signs overhead and lights on the floor will lead you to an exit.

If an evacuation does become necessary, follow flight attendant commands and leave everything. In the event of a water evacuation, use the life vest under your seat. Remove the vest only if told to do so. Pull the red strap to open the container, and remove the pouch. Remove the vest from the pouch as shown on the safety information card. Place the vest over your head. Wrap the black strap around your waist, and buckle it in front. Pull away to tighten. Once outside the aircraft, pull down on the tab to inflate the vest. To manually--

To release, lift up on the buckle. Position your seat belt tight and low across your hips, and wear it any time you are seated. There are six emergency exits on this aircraft-- two forward door exits, two over-wing exits, and two doors in the rear of the aircraft. Signs overhead and lights on the floor will lead you to an exit.

If an evacuation does become necessary, follow flight attendant commands and leave everything. In the event of a water evacuation, use the life vest under your seat. Remove the vest only if told to do so. Pull the red strap to open the container, and remove the pouch. Remove the vest from the pouch as shown on the safety information card. Place the vest over your head. Wrap the black strap around your waist, and buckle it in front. Pull away to tighten. Once outside the aircraft, pull down on the tab to inflate the vest. To manually--