Flight Attendants Don’t Drink Their Own Hot Coffee and Tea In Flights, and Here’s Why

You might want to reconsider drinking hot coffee when you're airborne...

There’s a dirty little secret that most airline companies don’t want you to know…

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Are you aware that most flight attendants avoid drinking hot beverages on airplanes?

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Tea, coffee, water, whatever it is – if it’s hot, they tend to not drink it.

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And what’s wrong with these in-flight hot beverages, exactly? Well, the answer is quite simple…

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The water used for tea and coffee on planes comes from tap, and not a bottle…

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And tap water inside airplanes is sort of weird, to say the least. An study of 158 planes found that 13% of these planes had coliform in their water supply.

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On top of that, 2 even reportedly had E. coli!

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Another study discovered that one in eight planes fail water safety standards.

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So, next time you’re in an airplane, better reconsider that hot drink you badly crave!

H/T: time.com

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