Traveling business class is all about a comforting experience from the beginning till the end, it begins with a welcoming drink and newspapers.
More spacious seats on long-haul international flights, foods, and drinks served in courses with silverware and proper cutlery — business class promises top-notch flying experiences to passengers around the world.
But, the experience is not the same for every traveler when it comes to food. Recently, Dr Michael Brown, an American radio host, was shocked to see a rather bizarre warning on his business class dinner menu.
The 63-year-old took a picture of the menu and shared it on Twitter with the caption, “You’ve got to be kidding me.”
You've got to be kidding me. From the British Airways in-flight menu from London to Chicago. pic.twitter.com/lfecoXAllk
— Dr. Michael L. Brown (@DrMichaelLBrown) December 9, 2018
A dish mentioned on the dinner menu “Home Counties Venison Stew” supposed to be served with rosemary dumplings, roasted peanuts, and wilted kale grabbed the attention of the onboard radio host.
Here’s is the description of the dish that stumbled Brown: “Even though greatest care has been taken, due to the nature of the product there is a very small risk of bullet fragments that could be found in the meal,”.
While the description may sound serious, Brown told The Sun that he had a good laugh with the flight attendants after reading the menu. “The two flight attendants I spoke with had never seen or noticed this before but got a good laugh out of it,” Brown told The Sun.
After the picture of the menu went viral on social media, a British Airways spokesperson said, “These warnings are there as a precaution, and are common practice. We source the best British ingredients for our in-flight menu and this is no exception.”