Virgin Atlantic Issues 'Weep Warnings' On Flights
The warning will appear before the start of an in-flight movie, to help passengers make emotionally-sound decisions.
The move came after a survey found that 55 percent of passengers polled said their emotions became more heightened during flight. 41 percent of men admitted to hiding under a blanket to hide their tears, while women were more apt to pretend they had something in their eye, reports the Daily Mail.
So instead of watching, say, "Toy Story 3", which passengers cited as one of the most moving films, take a flight on Qantas, which is now showing a documentary on the female orgasm. It's a...different kind of emotion.
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