Kiki Challenge: Pilot and attendant jumps off moving plane to show their dance moves
Kiki Challenge has taken over every social media platform by storm. It has only been a month since the viral phenomenon started. People have been dancing to the tunes of Drake’s In my feelings in many creative ways. They are using cars and bikes. The internet even saw two brothers dancing to the tune while ploughing but that was not the end; the dance enthusiasts have now taken the challenge to a whole new height.
A video has gone viral on social media that shows a pilot and her flight attendant performing the viral Kiki Challenge. Pilot Alejandra Manriquez was joined by an attendant on board as they danced on Drake’s song In My Feelings after they jumped off a moving plane.
At the beginning of the video, Manriquez and the attendant can be seen inside the cockpit of the aircraft and later running down the stairs to perform the challenge.
— Aviationdaily✈️الطيران يوميآ (@Aviationdailyy) August 28, 2018
The video is seen by 25,000 people on Twitter and has got a lot of mixed reactions.
One Twitter user wrote: “Brilliant, but they still hold their pilot’s license?”
Brilliant, but they still hold their pilots license ?
— JP (@The_Jesusphreak) August 28, 2018
“To all the people saying they should be sacked, the plane was being tugged and there would be no passengers in the plane. They most likely got permission to do this!” wrote a user.
To all the people saying they should be sacked the plane was being tugged and there would be no passengers in the plane. They most likely got permission to go this!
— Ryan Elliott (@RyanElliott1403) August 28, 2018
The industry continues to hit new lows!
— Captain Hold at Timba (@TWPILOT1) August 28, 2018
As reported by ExpressUK, Manriquez, who hails from Mexico, began her career as a pilot at the age of 22 and she is a regular writer for the website 152 Aviation.
Ok, that’s nothing. Maybe they’ll try doing the same at 35.000 feet.
— Marco Polo ????? (@Loco_Mario_PL) August 28, 2018
“I have flown over more than 40 countries carrying amazing people onboard my jet, but the learning never stops, and there’s still a lot more to achieve!” Manriquez told ExpressUK.
how to lose your job in one stupid dance!
— Jefferson Merrick (@JeffersonMerrik) August 28, 2018
May I get her Pilot ID so I can get her suspended by @icao
— zefrugman (@zefrugman) August 28, 2018