- A Nigerian lady has shared her strange experience with members of the internet community
- The lady claimed she was issued a handwritten boarding pass by a Nigerian airline
- Several internet users had different things to say as some suggec=sted the printer may be faulty
A Nigerian lady identified as @adannanwaokolo on Twitter has gotten social media users on the platform talking after she shared her strange experience at an airport.
@adannanwaokolo took to her page with a photo showing a boarding pass which was issued to her by an airline.
The strange thing about the pass was the fact that it was handwritten on a plain paper with a blue-coloured pen.
Sharing the photo, the lady said:
"Naija which way, see my boarding pass."
Check out the tweet showing the pass below:
See the handwritten boarding pass for flight this lady got at a Nigerian airport, more reactions come in (photos)
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Shortly after sharing the photo, several internet users were spotted in the lady’s comment section with mixed reactions.
One user who gave a possible explanation for the development said:
"I guess the printer is faulty so, they improvised by handwriting it so as not to delay passengers from boarding. Issues like this aren't regular but happen once in a while."
Another Twitter user also noted that there is nothing wrong with the pass as it was probably issued to avoid delay.
"There’s nothing wrong with this. It’s an emergency boarding pass which acceptable under IATA rules. Would you rather they just keep you waiting due to a system error?"
Sharing a personal experience, a user on the platform wrote:
"This one is not new now. Something that I have experienced many times, even as far back as 10 years ago. You just have to use it like that or you won't fly."
See more tweets below:
@shotsofsugar commented on the handwriting in the pass.
@sleempriest noted that it contained the necessary information.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of a 23-year-old lady, Jasmine Triggs, who flew over 1,500 miles to meet a man she met seven days before.
However, the young woman was devastated after the mystery man blocked her number as she stepped on to the plane.
Jasmine Triggs ended up stranded at their airport in Houston, Texas, miles away from her home.
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