[PHOTOS] Malaysian Gets Pranked By Friends With An Extra Large AirAsia Boarding Pass

Possibly the largest ever boarding pass printed in Malaysia.

Cover image via Ipoh 怡保

One man was embarrassed by his friends after they pranked him with a boarding pass which was 16 times larger than an A4-sized paper

Image via Ipoh 怡保

Last Tuesday, 10 April, Hu Cheng Jiunn was forced to use the A0-sized boarding pass to go through several checkpoints to catch his flight from Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 to Vietnam.

The Facebook post which was shared by Ipoh 怡保 on Friday, 13 April, has since gone viral. At the time of writing, the post has garnered over 3,700 shares and the video has been viewed over 450,000 times.

Hu could not believe his eyes when he first received his extra large boarding pass

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Hu's friends could be seen laughing at his reaction to the document while encouraging him to go through the first checkpoint with it.

He was the only one among his group of friends to own the huge boarding pass.

Thankfully for him, airport officials and AirAsia employees saw the funny side of the prank and allowed him to pass through every checkpoint

Image via Ipoh 怡保
Image via Ipoh 怡保

Hu appeared to be extremely shy at the boarding gate when the AirAsia employee was inspecting his unusually large document.

Even the AirAsia cabin crew admitted that it was the largest boarding pass she had ever seen

Image via Ipoh 怡保

Fortunately, Hu and his friends were allowed to board the plane without having to reprint his boarding pass.

Last year, one Malaysian was pranked by his friends in a similar fashion as well while another man showed up with an A0-sized boarding pass at London's Stansted Airport

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Kudos to the airport officials and AirAsia employees for having a great sense of humour!

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