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Stuck Passengers Sing To Pass Time
Stuck Passengers Sing To Pass Time

Passengers on an Allegiance Airlines flight in Las Vegas had to sit on the tarmac for three-plus hours this weekend . . . with no food, no water, and no air conditioning.  The high was around 110 DEGREES in Las Vegas, so they kept themselves sane with an impromptu, group rendition of “I Believe I Can Fly” by R. Kelly.  And there’s footage of it online.  According to the YouTube description, two passengers had already passed out from the heat, one suffered a bloody nose because of it, and two more became violently ill.  The passengers were compensated with vouchers worth between 50 and 100 dollars.  Here’s a clip of the passengers singing.

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