I love it when a flight attendant goes out of their way to make air travel less intolerable. (Like, for instance, Marty Cobb, the Southwest Airlines employee whose safety speech is so entertaining, it's gone viral on YouTube.) I've had awesome flight attendants tell me what sights to see in the city I'm traveling to, prompt me to order a drink before they put away the cart for good, and offer me extra snack packages, but I can't say I've ever been warned to flush my illegal drugs before landing.
Apparently that's exactly what happened on an Australian Jetstar airline recently, when an attendant issued a public announcement that passengers might want to flush "anything you shouldn’t have” down the toilet, since drug sniffing dogs were waiting at the terminal.
The kicker? The plane was full of "Splendour in the Grass" musical festival-goers, and thus the attendant's warning sparked a mad rush for the lavatories.