Southwest Flight Attendant Serves Up Smiles With Safety Speech

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    A passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Chicago Tuesday is "showing the love" to a flight attendant.

    David London posted on YouTube the pre-flight speech that resembled a stand-up routine worthy of NBC's "Last Comic Standing."

    "Now, folks if you don't like the jokes or the service today, there are six ways out of this airplane, you feel free to use them," the sassy flight attendant told passengers as another  flight attendant showed the safety equipment and did the pointing.

    He even cracked himself up during the speech, which lasted a little more than four and a half minutes.

    Dallas-based Southwest Airlines announced last month it will add 15 new nonstop destinations out of Dallas Love Field once the Wright Amendment expires in October.