Virgin Australia business class passenger slams 2-minute noodle lunch

A Virgin Australia customer has posted about their in-flight dining experience, after paying $2500 for a business class seat.

The passenger claims they took the photo of the meal they were served, which would cost less than $5 per serve.

Taking to social media, the passenger detailed the offering on board the flight:

“Two course-offering on VA today: Course 1 – Red Wine, Coke no sugar & Snack Bar. Course 2 – fantastic noodles,” the post read.

Followers said the two-minute meal was a “joke” and “appalling”.

“OMG I thought this was a joke but then realised that’s actually on a plane,” wrote one follower.

“That’s appalling. I know it’s ‘first world problems’ but if you are paying for a premium product then you should receive a premium product,” added another.

“Wow, that was my ‘studying for final exams’ meal pack,” wrote another.

The post comes after cabin crew reportedly

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Sheffield hair salon slams West Street drinkers and hopes ‘cheap Prosecco offers were worth it’

The businesswoman, who owns Creator Hair/The Blow, said she expects to have to temporarily close her salon when new Covid restrictions are announced today.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to introduce extra restrictions in some towns and cities in the North to try to halt the spread of the virus as infection rates continue to rise.

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The owner of Creator Hair has criticised revellers who have continued to socialise in Sheffield during the coronavirus pandemic
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This when Boris Johnson will announce new local lockdown restrictions today

In a Facebook post on her business page on Saturday night, the owner of Creator Hair/ The Blow branded some of the scenes she witnessed last week on West Street, where her salon is located, as a ‘disgrace’.

Despite social distancing rules being in place and

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