According to reports, dolls have been spotted in Thailand seated in restaurants and now they will be able to 'eat' on the plane
Thai Smile Airways has revealed it will serve food and drinks to dolls, if they are book on a plane with a passenger ticket.
Owners of the dolls claim they have 'supernatural powers,' and now the airline has moved to acknowledge the craze.
The dolls, that looks eerily child-like, will be expected to follow all the in-cabin rules such as wearing a seatbelt when instructed. In return, they will be offered drinks and snacks throughout the flight.
According to Thai News site, the dolls are 'believed to own the soul of the child, therefore, the owners put clothes on them as if they were real children, with hope that the good care the give will bring luck.'
And the Star revealed that a memo was sent to all airline staff that explained that the Luk Thep dolls 'can be treated like children because they have undergone a "spiritualisation" process that breathes life into them.'