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On a 2014 trip to Japan, the first leg of our return flight was Haneda to Beijing, on ANA (All Nippon Airways). I sat in business class and (poor) Won’t Run sat in economy class. In business, I was served a meal. I wasn’t too hungry as we had just eaten at the ANA lounge at the airport.
I had a few bites of the food, then stood up and took the dessert to Won’t Run. I handed the plate off to him and swiftly returned to my seat. I heard some scurrying but wasn’t sure what had happened. Although I didn’t know it at the time, the flight attendants had followed me and tried to intercept the dessert delivery. However, Won’t Run is such a fast eater, he had already demolished the food by the time the flight attendants whisked off the plate!
Later in the flight, the flight attendants came over to my seat and presented me with a gift of a cheap blue plastic bag. They said it was an apology for taking the food from my friend. This was so peculiar – I had no idea what they were even talking about.
The bag looked like this:
Inside the bag was a heap of amenity products:
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