WHAT!? FLIGHT ATTENDANTS IN CHINA SHOULD WEAR DIAPERS ON THE JOB? YUCK
So I’m not too familiar with too many jobs out there where you need to wear a diaper. And no, please don’t hit the comments to bore me with the obvious ones, like Astronaut. But when a job you already have suddenly seems to need you to wear a diaper? That’s gotta get your knickers in a twist. Hey, that’s fair. But flight attendants in China have received official advice from the Civil Aviation Administration of China. Their new guidelines include the recommendation that flight attendants wear diapers instead of using the airplane bathrooms. Yes, because Covid.
IF I WAS A FLIGHT ATTENDANT, I WOULDN’T WANT TO HAVE TO PIS MY PANTS EVERY DAY ON THE JOB
Aaaaaand, the disposable diaper advice comes in the section with all the guidelines about PPE. You know, gloves, masks, goggles, blah blah blah. Stuff to prevent the spread of Covid germs between people? The diaper line goes esactly like this, saying, “It is recommended that cabin crew members wear disposable diapers and avoid using the lavatories barring special circumstances to avoid infection risks.” Oh, my. Special circumstances? Whatever could that mean? And no, again, please don’t use the comments to fill the well, as it were. We ALL know what it could mean.
SURE, AIRPLANE BATHROOMS ARE FULL OF GERMS, BUT FLIGHT ATTENDANTS SHOULD HAVE ANOTHER OPTION
So if that sounds like a potentially even crappier work environment, you’re right. But, to be fair, the logic is sound. Where do most germs hang out in an airplane? The bathroom, shitter, WC, however you say it. At least one woman likely caught Covid in an airplane bathroom last August. Of course, she took off her mask while she was in there. You know, a closed airspace in a closed airspace. But wearing diapers on the job? A job as a flight attendant where you walk around all the time and bend over? Where if anything goes wrong you just might shit yourself? Oh, that last kind of makes sense. Yes, I’ll have coffee and tea. Thank you.