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Three PIA cabin crew grounded for making videos in uniform

SAMAA | - Posted: Sep 23, 2019 | Last Updated: 6 months ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Sep 23, 2019 | Last Updated: 6 months ago
They aren't allowed to make videos on the job

Three PIA cabin crew members are hot water because of a video they made. 

The content of the video isn't what landed them in hot water though, it's where they made it and what they were wearing. The specific issue is that they made the video in uniform on a plane.

Two air-hostesses and a steward were pictured in the video bobbing their heads to a Pakistani song and eating a snack. But PIA has rules against staff using their phones and making videos of themselves while in uniform.

The video went viral on social media and now, PIA has taken notice. The staffers have been grounded from international flights and inquiry has been ordered against them.

They have also been issued warnings.

Most official institutions in Pakistan don't like their employees using apps like TikTok or Musical.ly to make videos while on the job or in uniform. A female ASF officer was suspended for posting a video of herself singing along to a song on social media and policemen have also gotten themselves suspended for posting TikTok videos.

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9 Comments

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      Sadaqat Khan  September 23, 2019 4:34 pm/ Reply

    Deplorable behaviour of PIA staffers is strongly condemned. One one side they are unable to compete on various routes with other private airlines and on the other side see and watch them doing party while on duty in uniform. Wow what a tragedy .
    Nobody tells them in their high ups that it is the competition era and only fittest would survive .
    Hope they improve after taking some strict measures to improve their service and mannerisms.

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      Shahid saleem  September 24, 2019 8:42 am/ Reply

    This is an international trends. We will accpet change only when new trends will be in intenrtional market. If they made tik tok take it a normal issue. If not allowed allow. Selfies tik tok imo is just now a routine issue. Pia administration should open his brain too.

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      عامر شہزاد  September 25, 2019 10:25 am/ Reply

    She’s deserved such treatment. Obviously, these are not kid’s. So be responsible and in sense.

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      Pak Mega Place (www.pakmegaplace.com)  September 25, 2019 2:32 pm/ Reply

    Nothing wrong in this video. Staff having fun and perhaps @Official_PIA high-ups need to relax, be humane and have fun too. Pleasant to see the friendly and lively faces.

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      Ifthkar ALI  September 25, 2019 4:07 pm/ Reply

    Pia staff will never learn all 3 should be sacked they are giving bad name to Pia when will they grow up

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      Khan  September 25, 2019 4:23 pm/ Reply

    A warning should be issued but not laying them off. It’s in the mentality and professionalism of staff management not their fault I believe.

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      Amir Shahzad is a dumbass  September 26, 2019 12:29 pm/ Reply

    Amir Shahzad grow a brain and a sense of humour.

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      Anonymous  September 30, 2019 9:25 am/ Reply

    It’s okay to enjoy few movements on flight all are human beings right….

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      Shahid  October 17, 2019 12:08 am/ Reply

    Cabin crew should be replaced by prison warders. Then such light-hearted videos will cease. Also, passengers who smile or laugh should be off-loaded forcibly. There should be pin-drop silence for the full duration of the flight. No inflight entertainment either.

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