The King of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud had a trip to Russia. At the time the Saudi King arrived in Moscow, the golden escalator which he uses to get down from the plane was stopped in the midway. King Salman was stuck as the escalator breaks down.
The 81-year-old king was stuck on the way and looked confused. As the escalator stopped, he was confused for about 12 to 14 seconds and then he just decided to go down through the stairs.
Saudi King Salman’s golden escalator breaks down on visit to Russia
The King of Saudi Arabia has visited Russia to discuss the global oil markets and the Syrian crisis with the president of Russia Vladimir Putin. Fortunately, the deal did not break down like his escalator. LOL! The video of the king walking down went viral on the Internet.
— RT (@RT_com) October 5, 2017
Twitter joked on him and commented on the video, “The poor guy had to walk.” Another user wrote incident was really a “royal reception”.
As per the reports on Bloomberg, the King brought 1,500 people, a golden escalator, and his own carpets on his four-day visit to Russia. Daily the plane which carries food and supplies was flying between Moscow and Riyadh. The government of Saudi has booked two entire luxury hotels for their visit.
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Saudi King’s golden airplane escalator got stuck in Russia. The poor guy had to walk.
— Gissur Simonarson (@GissiSim) October 5, 2017
The King of Saudi Arabia arrived in Russia and the first thing he saw ….. a broken escalator.
Really, the royal reception … 😎 pic.twitter.com/yxmR3LiQXV
— Viktoria (@Ukropo4kA) October 5, 2017
In the first visit to Russia by a Saudi Monarch, the two countries have done a deal on weapons sales. And then discussed to continue to cooperate on the oil market. And as they have done in other cities, the Saudis made themselves at home in Moscow.
The Bill for the two hotel which is booked for the King’s visit will be about $3 Million. This is just a bill for the hotel it doesn’t include the money spent on services, restaurant meals, and spa treatments. The vice president of the Federation of Restaurateurs and Hoteliers of Russia, Vadim Prasov said about the bills.