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Flight attendant goes above and beyond to save couple's honeymoon after bride forgot passport

Desperate to find a solution, the couple turned to their flight attendant for help with getting the passport back.

Flight attendant goes above and beyond to save couple's honeymoon after bride forgot passport
Cover Image Source: Instagram | joefellwock

A couple's honeymoon almost turned into a disaster after a passport was forgotten at home. Newlyweds Lawryn and Joe Fellwock were ecstatic to head to Puerto Rico for a romantic holiday until they realized something was wrong. When they boarded a Delta flight from Detroit to their honeymoon destination, Lawryn realized she forgot her passport. “I had a full cold sweat moment where I realized I left it in my closet at home. And I turned to Joe and said, 'I don’t have my passport, what do I do?' " Lawryn told Inside Edition.


 
 
 
 
 
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The Michigan couple was expected to fly from Detroit to San Juan, Puerto Rico and then set out on a Caribbean cruise. A passport was mandatory to board the ship but they had no time to head back home to get the passport. “I was about to give up. I said, ‘You know what, let's see what our flight attendant can do,’” her husband recalled.

The couple also documented the entire dilemma on Instagram as they tried to figure out how to get a hold of Lawryn's passport. They also shared their problem with flight attendant, Dusty Dills who came up with a plan. "Dusty told us, you know, here's what I can do, Joe. I'm flying back to Detroit right after this flight. I'm turning around. So if you can somehow get the passport to DTW around 9:00 or whatever it is I land, I can then take it with me the next day to Atlanta," Joe said, according to ABC 30.


 
 
 
 
 
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The group managed to follow the plan and from there, Dusty transferred the passport to another flight attendant, who carried it from Atlanta to San Juan, where he left it at the Delta check-in desk. Lawryn's passport came in right on time with an hour and a half to spare. "I consider that the greatest wedding gift we could have asked for," Lawryn said. "I felt like probably the luckiest bride on Earth."



 

“I picked it up at the desk and I said, ‘I know this might sound strange, but I think my passport was dropped off here and their faces just lit up and they were so excited like, 'you're the passport girl,’” Lawryn recalled. The couple ended up enjoying their holiday and now considers Dusty a part of the family. "We have so many friends and family that have been following our story and are so excited to meet Dusty. So just bring him and his fellow flight attendants into our community. I'm so excited. I hope we stay friends for much longer after this," Lawryn shared, with Joe adding, "Having Dusty do all that for us really kind of instilled faith in me that there are still good people out there."



 

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