If acting doesn’t work out for Aquaman actor Jason Momoa, he could pick up a career as a jet-setting flight attendant.
Lucky passengers on a Hawaiian Airlines flight were witnesses to Momoa’s first day on the job as cabin crew as he handed out bottles of his water, called Mananalu, from a trolly.
A woman named Kylee Yoshikawa, who goes by the username @livinglikekylee on TikTok, posted the clip which has now been viewed by 3.5 million people on the platform.
“My aunty sent me this vid, i just thought i’d share,” she captioned the video which had an instrumental version of Disney’s Under the Sea — very fitting — playing over the footage.
The 43-year-old even dressed the part in a gray suit complete with a pink flower tucked behind his ear.
He has since shared a behind-the-scenes clip on Instagram, introducing himself to passengers as the “water master” on board the flight.
“Mahalo @hawaiianairlines for allowing me and my team to capture this special moment,” he wrote.
“It’s a dream come true. My idea to create @Mananalu.water came to me while on a flight.
“I’m grateful for your support and it’s an honor to have Hawaiian Airlines be the first airline to partner with Mananalu. We’re on a mission to end single-use plastic. Drink one, remove one – For every bottle of Mananalu sold, we remove one plastic bottle from the ocean. We have removed 3 MILLION plastic bottles from the ocean this year. Don’t stop making waves to save our beautiful planet. aloha j”
Mamalu water was founded by Momoa, who is a passionate environmentalist and even had dreams of becoming a marine biologist as a kid.
For each bottle of Mamamalu consumed, the company will remove the equivalent of one “planet-hurting plastic bottle from ocean-going waste”.
The bottles are made from aluminum and are designed to be reused over and over again.