Virgin flight attendant reveals the disgusting aftermath of her packed plane as thousands of teens descend on the Gold Coast for Schoolies
- Crushed up chips were seen left on the floor of a Virgin Australia flight
- Flight attendant Ashlee Rogers filmed the messy sight on a plane on Sunday
- Many guessed the mess was left behind by Schoolies travelling to the Gold Coast
- Another video from school holiday period shows a plane aisle full of food crumbs
A flight attendant has shown just how disgusting a plane can get when it’s packed full of teenagers celebrating the end of their schooling.
Virgin Australia flight attendant Ashlee Rogers filmed the inside of a plane she was taking care of after it headed to the Gold Coast on the same day the Queensland city welcomed thousands of teens kicking off their Schoolies graduation week.
The video, posted to TikTok, showed a huge pile of crushed chips left behind underneath one seat, with the entire bag seemingly emptied out across the carpet.
‘Could’ve just said they didn’t want the chips,’ Ms Rogers wrote after sharing the video.
A flight attendant has shown just how disgusting a plane full of Schoolies can get as thousands of teenagers head off for the end of year celebrations – with a packet of chips seen strewn across the carpet
It isn’t the first time Ms Rogers has dragged passengers for leaving planes trashed.
Similarly disgusting scenes were seen on another Virgin flight to the Gold Coast last month.
In the earlier video filmed by the flight attendant, the aisle of the plane was seen covered in crumbs and broken biscuits that had been carelessly thrown on the floor by passengers.
Even the seats were covered in food, with red powder seen strewn across one chair.
Similarly disgusting scenes were seen on another Virgin flight to the Gold Coast last month
A sheet full of stickers was seen torn up, with Ms Rogers revealing a child had stuck them to the bottom of the bathroom floor.
She said the unusually messy plane was due to the recent school holiday period.
Ms Rogers said the cabin crew had to clean up the plane after passengers disembarked, and that not even a vacuum was strong enough to tidy it up.
It’s the responsibility of Virgin Australia cabin crew to clean the aircraft between flights during the day while cleaners usually take care of the planes at night.
Ms Rogers (pictured) said the cabin crew had to clean up the plane after passengers disembarked, and that not even a vacuum was strong enough to tidy it up