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Saudi Arabian plane forced to return as woman forgets to take child on board


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Jeddah, Mar 11: A Saudi Arabian plane was forced to return to the airport after a mother forgot to take her baby on board.

The strange incident happened after a mother on board Flight SV832, from Jeddah to Kuala Lampur, told cabin crew that she had forgotten her baby in the boarding area at the terminal of the King Abdul Aziz International Airport.

In a video that is going viral, the pilot is seen requesting permission to head back to the airport. Meanwhile ATC operators were caught off guard and trying to figure out the protocol for the weird situation.

“May God be with us. Can we come back or what?” the pilot was heard talking to air traffic controller. The operator, after taking the flight number, is heard asking another colleague about the protocol, reported Gulf News.

“This flight is requesting to come back, a passenger forgot her baby in the waiting area, the poor thing.” The operator then asks the pilot to re-confirm the reason for turning back.

The pilot was overhead speaking: “We told you, a passenger left her baby in the terminal and refuses to continue the flight.”

“Ok, head back to the gate. This is totally a new one for us!”

The pilot has been appreciated for his humanity and the way he tackled the situation.

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  • Manglorean, Mangalore/ KSA

    Tue, Mar 12 2019

    Forgettng is a human trait!

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  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Tue, Mar 12 2019

    Powerful woman even can hold aircraft according to her convenience. Also we have one powerful man who can also hold us to move forward and wasting our precious time. Mage Pura economy 4.8 years lagadi dette.

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  • Anand, Surathkal

    Tue, Mar 12 2019

    "Mother of the century" award to be conferred on her.

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  • Charan, Mangaluru

    Tue, Mar 12 2019

    Taking flight is a toy game for them, brainless people.

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  • Ruben Pinto, Mangalore/Australia

    Tue, Mar 12 2019

    Put her on nofly list.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Mar 12 2019

    Cant imagine to forget own child back and remember in flight!was she in deep slumber ?or was under medication ?By the way that child must have missed its mother and not searching,crying loudly and personal must have certainly searching mother?what about when ticket holder is not found on board,they must call out for passenger or not?confusing things happened.Hope atleast now child is safe.

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  • Prakash Lewis pr, Mangalore/Dubai

    Mon, Mar 11 2019

    Don't blame the Woman. Where's her responsible husband?

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Mar 13 2019

    Prakash Lewis Dubai,Why should be a husband always with wife?Quite possible, she was going to meet him or on official matters elsewhere.There are many reasons where men dont be with wife.

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  • Valerian Menezes, Kota

    Mon, Mar 11 2019

    I am hearing this kind incident for the first time. Pleased to see that it had a happy end.

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  • PEDDA GUNDOO, MANGALURU

    Mon, Mar 11 2019

    She forgotten to memorize her child since there are several around ! its a honest human eror

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  • Jennifer, Mangalore

    Mon, Mar 11 2019

    The nationality of the woman is not revealed for some reason.

    If she happens to be a local, its obvious that they don't personally handle their babies. They have a maid for each child. As such, her maid may not have accompanied to carry the child and since she doesn't have a habit of her child being her 'piggy-back' like us Indians (yes, that is the exact case with us middle class people), it may have slipped from her mind.

    Please do not criticize her - at least she remembered before reaching another country.

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  • Rolf, Dubai

    Mon, Mar 11 2019

    Mother will come back . But our Fequ Daddy will aboden his children and will be flying away after election .

    Jai Suleiman.

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  • Sudhakar, Kallianpur

    Mon, Mar 11 2019

    Heegu unte....

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  • El En Tea, Mumbai

    Mon, Mar 11 2019

    Brainless mother forgetting her own child
    Pur her in prison

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  • Jd, Mangalore

    Mon, Mar 11 2019

    What a mother. And didn't the baby have a boarding pass? What was the airlines doing?

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  • Vinod, Mangalore

    Tue, Mar 12 2019

    Its very much possible the airlines staff have called out the name of the baby. But the mother has already boarded the plane. So unless the airline staff is aware of the age of the passenger there is nothing that they can do.
    Looks like a new check list need to be added for ground staff "check age of the missing passenger ! "

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Mar 11 2019

    How Stupid ...

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