March 30, 2016
"It has to be the best selfie ever," Ben Innes, a British passenger who was on the EgyptAir flight hijacked yesterday, told The Sun about his picture with the hijacker.
The 26-year-old health and safety worker explained he wanted to take a closer look at the fake explosives belt Mustafa, the "hijackass," was wearing. But Innes, whose picture is featured on the front page of several British newspapers Wednesday morning, is being sharply criticized: He doesn't seem to know what a selfie is.
The Sun is a daily tabloid newspaper published in the United Kingdom and Ireland. It has a circulation of 1,858,067 daily copies and identifies its political alignment as conservative.