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[VIDEO] A Malaysian Woman's Friends Pranked Her With A Massive Boarding Pass

The video has been shared over 24,000 times in less than a week.

Cover image via Geraldine Loh/Facebook

A video showing a lady getting pranked by her friends with a gigantic boarding pass has gone viral on Facebook

In the 58-second video, prank victim Stephy Teo asked her friend Geraldine Loh for her boarding pass.

But little did she know that she would get one that is printed in A0, a paper size that is 119cm long and 84cm wide.

The video was shared over 24,000 times and gained almost a million views.

Baffled by the sheer size of the boarding pass, Teo burst into laughter along with her friends

Teo's body was almost entirely covered by the boarding pass after she unfolded it and showed it to the camera.

When she handed the boarding pass to the departure hall officer, the officer could not help but smile at her 'misfortune'.

However, after unfolding the boarding pass a few times and feeling like there was no end to it, the officer asked Teo if she had a smaller one.

It was only then Loh pulled out an A4-sized boarding pass and they got through the gate without trouble.

When boarding the plane, an air stewardess also burst in laughter after seeing the group of friends walk into the aircraft with a big paper in their hands

The air stewardess even asked to take a photograph with the group and their boarding pass.

Speaking to SAYS, Loh said that passersby at the departure hall as well as passengers of the same flight laughed each time Teo whipped out the gigantic boarding pass.

Loh said that she printed the boarding pass at a shop in Singapore that specialises in architectural printing

She told SAYS that the gigantic boarding pass cost SGD6 (about RM18) to print.

Loh said three of them boarded the plane in klia2 and were heading to Vietnam for a vacation on 8 November.

She added that they were all Form Six schoolmates, who had spent two years in a Melaka high school together. It is their fourth time travelling together.

You can watch the full video below:

Posted by Geraldine Loh on Thursday, November 7, 2019

In April last year, a man had the same prank pulled on him by his friends:

Meanwhile, here's why you should not post your boarding pass online:

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