For frequent flyers, listening to flight safety briefings before a flight can often become predictable and uninteresting.

So, from time to time flight attendants find creative ways to deliver the otherwise boring safety briefing. Fun and quirky examples include reading, or singing the safety briefing in a comical way.

A Canadian Westjet flight attendant decided to put his own spin on it. In the video below, he uses expressive body language and has the whole plane bursting out in laughter. Passengers particularly enjoyed his comedic timing and bold gestures when explaining what to do in the event of a loss in cabin pressure.