Qantas passenger grossed out by ‘revolting’ flight – and the ‘inedible’ meal they were served

A fed-up Qantas customer has claimed they were served ‘inedible’ food and sat next to a leaking air-conditioning vent on two separate flights.

The passenger shared photos of a ‘juicy’ breakfast, a dirty window and a leaky vent full of napkins from flights they took to Brisbane and Adelaide last week.

They posted a photo of an ‘inedible’ breakfast box of scrambled eggs, sausage, tomato and a hash brown and another photo of what appeared to be potato curry.

“All I can say with my recent experience is EW,” they wrote on Reddit.

‘The breakfast was inedible and I’m not usually picky about food. The potatoes were ok.’

The passenger shared photos of a 'juicy' breakfast (pictured), a dirty window and a leaky vent full of napkins from flights to Brisbane and Adelaide last week

The passenger shared photos of a ‘juicy’ breakfast (pictured), a dirty window and a leaky vent full of napkins from flights to Brisbane and Adelaide last week

The passenger also shared a photo of an air conditioning vent stuffed with napkins to stop it leaking and a window shade splattered with food.

Aussies were divided on the quality of the meals, with some saying they looked good.

‘I will eat the food. Doesn’t look fantastic, but tastes right. I don’t expect much from beef class,” one person wrote.

‘I’ve had breakfast quite a few times lately and it’s pretty good as far as airline food goes. it’s a little salty and everything a little mushy, but it’s absolutely serviceable (as a very picky eater),’ wrote a second.

“It actually looks like it tastes amazing,” shared a third.

However, others were less than impressed by the ‘box of slime’.

“Man, I probably just wouldn’t bother eating,” said one.

“Neither eggs nor hash browns should be that color of beige,” agreed a second.

Others shared their own subordinate experiences with the national carrier.

The passenger also found an air conditioning vent filled with napkins (pictured) and a window screen that appeared to be splattered with food

The passenger also found an air conditioning vent filled with napkins (pictured) and a window screen that appeared to be splattered with food

Aussies were quick to weigh in on the passenger's experience while others shared their own

Aussies were quick to weigh in on the passenger’s experience while others shared their own

‘I was sitting in my dirty seat that I had paid an arm and a leg for just a few nights ago. I eat my ‘dinner’ in a box,’ wrote one.

‘Then I opened the Qantas in flight magazine to see $1,980 shoes and $45,000 watches. Their priorities are dogs***.’

‘They didn’t even put the food on the plane for my flight the other day. Landed in Sydney and they said we had to trudge through about 10 gates to pick something up to take with us as we left. I didn’t waste 20 minutes on a 6 month old cookie,’ said one.

USA Online Post Australia has contacted Qantas for comment.

The incident comes just weeks after a couple from Wellington, New Zealand, claimed they sat in urine for 10 hours after finding a wet pair of children’s underwear on the floor in front of them on a Qantas flight from Sydney in December to Bangkok.

They placed a bag with $70 worth of duty free items, a neck pillow and a Qantas pillow under the front seat. But when one of them took the items out, they noticed that they were wet and stained the pillow.

At first thinking the dampness was just water spilling, the couple put the items in the overhead locker and returned to their seats.

However, the man dried the neck pillow and used it on the flight. It wasn’t until the end of their journey that they noticed the pair of wet children’s underwear.

“Now we know we sat in urine for a 10-hour drive,” the man, who wished to remain anonymous, told the NZ Herald.

A couple claimed they sat in urine for up to 10 hours on a Qantas flight after finding a wet pair of children's underwear on the floor in front of them (stock photo)

A couple claimed they sat in urine for up to 10 hours on a Qantas flight after finding a wet pair of children’s underwear on the floor in front of them (stock photo)

“And the travel neck pillow, well, I’ve been using it for the last few hours, assuming it was just a little wet from water.”

The horrified couple called a flight attendant who removed the underwear and said she would speak to her supervisor.

The couple said they were offered 10,000 Qantas points, which they refused and instead demanded a refund for the $3,827 flight.

Qantas initially hit back at the request for a refund in an email sent on January 10, saying the ticket had been fully utilised.

The couple responded saying it was ‘simply unacceptable’. Qantas then issued a full refund to the couple ‘as a gesture of goodwill’.

“All our international aircraft are cleaned between each flight, including vacuuming seats and disinfecting surfaces,” a Qantas statement said.

‘We are looking into what happened and have raised the issue with our cleaning supplier in Bangkok, who cleaned the aircraft before departure.’