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So you're on a plane and when the pilot tells you fasten your seat belts there's good reason to listen.
Case in point check out what happened Sunday during a Singapore Airlines flight.
Next coffee and it's on the ceiling.
Take a look at the -- covered in food.
The man who took these photos as passengers did get some warning before the turbulence hits.
Personal she's built like came on -- they stopped serving breakfast -- van departs Serbs in a very very sharp voice -- -- -- please be seated.
I thought I was kind of weird because usually don't hear that kind of order being part of the cockpit.
But they -- receipts to build of themselves and ended a few seconds later the plane try to follow -- -- This all happened on an 8380.
Like this one.
It was headed to London.
The photographer says the jet fell for about five to seven seconds but it felt like a lot longer.
I was told later that the plane actually dropped only fifty -- hundred seat home when you're 34000 feet -- -- in 8380.
The biggest airliner in the world.
-- that you you know it's.
Airline reps tell an Australian newspaper eleven passengers and a crew member were hurt but not badly.
And passengers say everybody pitched in to help clean up and the photographer says the cabin crew did an unbelievable job dealing with -- at all.
And to try to make up for the trouble the airline -- out boxes of fancy chocolates.
-- as passengers disembarked.
And hours later --
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