Flight Attendants Recreate Britney Spears' 'Toxic' Video As Star Hits Thailand: Watch

Nok Air flight attendants recreate "Toxic" by Britney Spears
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Nok Air flight attendants recreate "Toxic" by Britney Spears.

It's safe to say Britney Spears has received a warm welcome from Thailand, where the singer traveled recently to perform two concerts in Bangkok.

To celebrate the pop star's arrival, four flight attendants from Thai carrier Nok Air recreated Spear's iconic music video for 2003's "Toxic," where the singer played a promiscuous flight attendant herself. Although they don't go as far as to remake the entire video -- in which Spears wears a nearly naked bodysuit and later reveals herself as a red-head motorcycle-riding spy -- the foursome nail the video's aircraft scenes, strutting through the aisles of an empty plane in a choreographed dance routine.

It's not the first time the famed video has inspired recreations, either. Flight attendants on Israel's El Al Airlines recently produced a similar "Toxic" tribute, as did an AirAsia steward back in March.

Watch the Nok Air recreation -- and relive the original -- below.

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