Aquaman star Jason Momoa has shocked passengers by posing as a flight attendant and handing out water on a recent Hawaiian Airlines flight.
Footage of the actor handing out his own brand of water bottles, Mananalu, was shared on social media.
“My aunty sent me this vid, I just thought I’d share,” a woman named Kylee, who goes by the username @livinglikekylee, shared on TikTok.
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The clip has since been viewed over 2.7 million times, with plenty of people losing it in the comments.
“I’d push my service button every 10 minutes,” one person wrote.
“I would have passed out,” another said.
While a third commented: “This would be the best day of my life.”
The Hawaiian-born actor dressed for the occasion, and had a flower tucked behind his left ear, which, according to social media users, means he’s taken.
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The Hollywood star’s company Mananalu – which Momoa founded in 2019 – recently partnered with Hawaiian Airlines to bring its infinitely recyclable aluminum bottles on board in order to replace plastic water bottles.
Since April, the airline has been distributing Mananalu’s 500 millilitre aluminum bottle to Premium Cabin guests on all US East Coast and international flights. The recyclable product will also replace plastic water bottles sold on Hawaiian’s Pau Hana snack cart on the carrier’s flights between Hawaii and its 16 continental US gateway cities.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with Hawaiian Airlines. Together we’re reducing single-use plastic bottles on flights and removing plastic from our oceans. It’s perfect brand alignment,” David Cuthbert, CEO of Mananalu, said at the time of the announcement.
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