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China Eastern Airlines flight attendant reportedly fired after accepting a mid-flight marriage proposal

“I really didn’t know my boyfriend will propose to me on this flight, thank you for my witnesses,” the airline staffer would have said in the moment.

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A China Eastern Airlines flight attendant is reportedly out of a job, months after the acceptance of a viral marriage proposal of her old friend in the middle of a flight.

On September 10, Channel 8 reported that the unnamed woman flight attendant was given a dismissal letter from the carrier in the mail about the May incident.

According to Asia One, about 30 minutes after the start, the woman’s boyfriend went on one knee to the front of the plane and popped the question. The acceptance of the offer, the two share a sweet hug and the passengers applauded, in video footage that has now been viral on YouTube.

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“I really didn’t know my boyfriend will propose to me on this flight, thank you for my witnesses,” she said in the moment, as per Asia.

An unnamed female flight attendant allegedly lost her job with China Eastern Airlines after accepting a proposal of marriage in the high skies.

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Now, her employment with China Eastern Airlines has ended over concerns that she “neglected the safety of the passengers.”

According to Channel 8, the carrier of the letter detailed that the “own romantic behavior is caused unrest among the passengers” and was “very irresponsible for the safety of the passengers.”

In this regard, the opinion of online users are different. Some indicate that the company practices are too strict and a bit inhumane. Some are of the opinion that the treatment of personal affairs during working hours, where the public security is the duty of the crew.

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Meanwhile, Asia One reports that the news has drawn mixed reactions from social media users in China. Some say that her firing was “inhuman”, while others claim that the handling of “own affairs” during the professional hours is wrong.

Representatives for China Eastern Airlines does not immediately return Fox News’ request for additional comment on the story.

Janine Puhak is an editor for Fox News Lifestyle. Follow her on Twitter via @JaninePuhak

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