British Airways passengers spot cockroaches crawling where food is being prepared

Travelers on a British Airways flight were shocked to discover a stowaway – a cockroach.

The animal was seen in the kitchen kitchen, where the passengers’ food is being prepared.


Cockroaches can transmit diseases such as salmonella, dysentery, and gastroenteritisCredit: STEPHEN MOYES

The film of the undeclared insect caused turmoil among the BA bosses when it was then shared on an online page for flight attendants.

The airline investigated last night after apologizing to all passengers on the flight.

In footage shared by The Sun titled Stowaway from New York, a disgusted stewardess can be heard shouting, “Oh my God!” how she sees the bug.

The insect was filmed wandering around in a metal container in which food and drinks are stowed on airplanes.

It is said to be under boxes of orange juice on the flight from New York to London.

An airline source told The Sun, “This is pretty gross. Nobody wants to believe that a cockroach was served in food and drink at an altitude of 30,000 feet. God knows if he flew alone.

“BA is seriously looking at how it happened. It is an all-round disaster. “

Cockroaches can transmit diseases such as salmonella, dysentery, and gastroenteritis.

BA said last night, “We are investigating the matter.”

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