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WOMAN WEARS HELMET FOR SIA FLIGHT, KIA-SI

A recent incident on a Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight has sparked a heated debate among Singaporeans after a passenger was spotted wearing a hard helmet during the flight. The photo of the passenger, captioned “She came prepared for any possible turbulence,” has gone viral on social media platforms.

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The incident comes after a recent SIA flight experienced severe turbulence on May 21, which caused injuries and tragically claimed the life of an elderly passenger. Many passengers have become cautious about air travel, and this passenger’s proactive approach to safety has sparked a range of reactions.

Some netizens have expressed understanding and support for the passenger’s decision, citing the severity of the recent turbulence incident. One netizen even mentioned that he would start wearing helmets on his future flights, citing the carelessness of some passengers when storing items in overhead compartments.

However, others have argued that wearing a helmet alongside a seatbelt is unnecessary and even excessive. Some have sarcastically suggested that if the passenger is going to wear a helmet, she might as well wear a parachute or a full-body suit with padding and never take it off to protect herself from unexpected accidents.

Others have pointed out that while the helmet could protect her head, it wouldn’t safeguard her neck or spine, making it useless. One netizen even said that the helmet would make things worse.

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The incident has sparked a wider conversation about safety measures on flights and the importance of being prepared for unexpected events. While some have praised the passenger’s proactive approach, others have criticized it as an overreaction.

As the debate continues, it remains to be seen whether this incident will lead to a change in safety protocols on flights or a shift in passenger behavior. One thing is certain, however – the incident has sparked a lively conversation about safety and preparedness in the skies.

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