Airline skewers vlogger over stowaway video they say is 100% fake

Airline skewers vlogger over stowaway video they say is 100% fake. Adam Saleh, you cheeky self-proclaimed "professional idiot," you. (in a suitcase)" has racked up well over 2 million views. But the airline featured in the video have publicly slammed it silly — alleging the whole thing is made up, and furthermore, is highly dangerous and inconsistent "with reality." The 22-year-old American's Tuesday video claims to show him being bundled up inside a suitcase and sent off by his two mates at Tigerair Australia's computerised airport check-in terminal, in Melbourne. The gang next meet their precious human cargo when he comes out of the luggage conveyor belt at Sydney terminal, emerging from his zippered confines victorious. And they say they have the footage to prove it. The airline wrote a searing open letter to the young internet celebrity, dragging him on a plethora of points. "There are a few inconsistencies in your production that don't line up with reality," a spokesperson said. "Anything over 32kg gets rejected and our friendly staff would have stepped in to assist with options, as indeed they did.

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Adam Saleh, you cheeky self-proclaimed “professional idiot,” you.

The YouTube vlogger’s recent video titled “I smuggled myself on a plane to another city and it worked!! (in a suitcase)” has racked up well over 2 million views.

But the airline featured in the video have publicly slammed it silly — alleging the whole thing is made up, and furthermore, is highly dangerous and inconsistent “with reality.”

The 22-year-old American’s Tuesday video claims to show him being bundled up inside a suitcase and sent off by his two mates at Tigerair Australia’s computerised airport check-in terminal, in Melbourne.

Meanwhile, Saleh is allegedly filming himself, sweaty AF, inside the tiny suitcase as he makes the one-hour journey to Sydney.

The gang next meet their precious human cargo when he comes out of the luggage conveyor belt at Sydney terminal, emerging from his zippered confines victorious.

Needless to say, Tigerair were not impressed — not least of all because they claim the video is fake, fake, fake. And they…

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