People Lose Their Sh*T As Plane Returns To Forgotten Baby at The Airport
This may not be the news we hear every day, but a mom is suffering the short-lived wrath of the public after her forgotten baby at the airport made headlines. Luckily, the pilot was a compassionate human being who requested the air traffic controller to allow the plane a U-turn. However, the incident hasn’t gone down too well with a lot of
Reportedly, Flight SV832 was en-route to Kuala
Some extreme reactions:
Some ‘mild’ reactions:
One Twitter user :(Who apparently thinks the Game of Thrones Shame Episode should be reenacted in real life) wrote: “This woman is a negligent person and must be punished.”
Thankfully, there were sane voices too:
And then somebody hinted what really had happened.
Forgotten Baby At The Airport
Quite a lot of people were miffed at the incident and hinted towards smartphone addiction which wasn’t the case. According to
The source further explained the mom had left her child with family members as they had different seating arrangements. She became startled when she realized that the rest of the family members hadn’t boarded the plane. She asked the crew if she can get off the plane, starting off the frenzy. It should also be noted, the plane wasn’t mid-air when the incident happened but on-ground waiting to take off in a few minutes, as per the source.
The source has been quoted as saying,
“She knew from the beginning that her kids were not with her and were still at the terminal and she informed us. Somebody assured her that they will be boarding with the next batch of passengers but to our surprise her family was still not on-board”.
While this wasn’t the case for the Saudi woman, postpartum forgetfulness or momnesia is quite real. According to a research published in Nature Neuroscience, pregnancy modifies a woman’s brain and the process continues post birth. The physical transformation of a woman’s brain has been established through a series of before and after scans.
The next time you might want to accuse a mother of negligence, stop for a second and ask yourself- do you really know all the facts? Do you understand what she might be going through? Knee-jerk reactions aren’t always the best!