On a recent Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight, a passenger asked a cabin crew member if the pilot was drunk. The remark, following an incident a week ago when an SIA pilot was caught in Australia for failing an alcohol test before a flight, was clearly made in jest. There is, however, nothing funny about the situation.
The pilot was apprehended by Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority officials who did a random drug and alcohol test on crew members.
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