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Hasidic Jews cheer as they cover up a screen showing movie

  • Footage was reportedly shot on a private chartered jet at an unknown location 
  • When man unfurls a blanket to cover the screen, passengers are heard cheering
  • The passengers in economy class follow suit by hiding their own in-flight screens
  • It’ssnot clear where they are flying, but passengers watching Music and Lyrics

Hasidic Jews were filmed cheering as they censored an in-flight movie starring Drew Barrymore and Hugh Grant.

The footage was reportedly shot on a private chartered jet and it shows commotion in what appears to be the first class section of the plane. 

After what looks like a blanket is hoisted up over the screen in the executive area, the passengers in economy class followed suit, covering the screens towards the back of the cabin. 

The footage was reportedly shot on a private chartered jet and it shows commotion in what appears to be the first class section of the plane while Drew Barrymore is on screen

What looks like a blanket is hoisted up over the screen in the executive area

The passengers in economy class followed suit, covering the screens towards the back of the cabin

After what looks like a blanket is hoisted up over the screen in the executive area (left), the passengers in economy class followed suit, covering the screens towards the back of the cabin

When the big screen at the front of the plane is hidden behind the material, the passengers applaud. 

The camera then pans around the plane to show how individual blankets have been hung over the screens that are attached to the ceiling of the plane.  

The passengers were watching Music and Lyrics, which is the only film in which the actors have starred alongside each other.

The 2007 movie received mixed reviews in the and ranked number four on its opening weekend in the box office behind Ghost Rider, Bridge to Terabithia and Norbit. 

It is not clear where footage was shot or where the plane was flying to or from. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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