A little booze is, arguably, the best remedy for easing anxiety up in the air.
Apparently, the passengers on a Southwest Airline flight from Oakland, California, to Kansas City, Missouri, were really, really jittery, since they drank all of the alcohol on board, WPXI reports. Literally.
The flight took place on Dec. 7, and the plane's pilot announced that all the alcohol was gone over the PA system, according to sports writer Jimmy Durkin, who was a passenger.
Announcement on flight to Kansas City congratulates the entire aircraft for wiping them completely out of booze. Yep, it's a Raiders flight.— Jimmy Durkin (@Jimmy_Durkin) December 7, 2016
To be clear, the plane was full of Oakland Raiders fans, not the actual athletes. He noted this based on Raiders merchandise worn by many of the passengers.
It's safe to assume this specific sports crowd likes to party, but Durkin noted the travelers weren't going wild.
"Not particularly rowdy," Durkin said of the people on board to Fox News. "Pretty standard fare for a flight to a city where the Raiders are playing."
Apparently, it is nothing particularly out of ordinary.
@Jimmy_Durkin this happened on flights to New Orleans. Go Raiders.— Rod Borba (@borbinski) December 8, 2016
One Twitter user and obvious Raiders fan is especially excited over Durkin's declaration.
@Jimmy_Durkin AWESOME GOOD FOR THEM I WOULD BE DRINKING TO IF I WAS THERE GO RAIDERS!!— amelia (@amelia80767935) December 9, 2016
The camaraderie, here, is next level.
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