Prank war between a father and daughter escalates as dad convinces flight ...

Crazy prank war between a father and daughter reaches new heights after dad persuades a flight attendant to PUNCH his daughter for a joke Woman reveals how her father beat her to the punchline of an ongoing joke   Bridie Connell plays 'pinch and punch first day of the month' with her dad Brin   Brin asked an Air NZ flight attendant to hand deliver the winning punchline    The flight attendant had been in on the joke and handed Ms Connell the letter

By Laura Withers For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 06:02 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 06:02 BST, 3 May 2019

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A New Zealand woman has revealed how her father took their fifteen-year prank war to new heights after he enlisted the help of a flight attendant to deliver the winning punch.

Bridie Connell, who lives in Melbourne, was left in disbelief after her father, Brin, beat her to the punchline in their ongoing 'pinch and a punch, first day of the month' battle.

Ms Connell has been travelling home for her cousin's birthday on an Air New Zealand flight on May 1, when she was approached by a flight attendant who claimed to have a 'special delivery' for her.

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Bridie Connell (pictured right) was left in disbelief after her father, Brin, asked a flight attendant to hand deliver her a letter with the winning punchline on

Bridie Connell (pictured right) was left in disbelief after her father, Brin, asked a flight attendant to hand deliver her a letter with the winning punchline on 

Despite being mid-air and miles away from her father, Ms Connell's dad had outsmarted her and had asked a member of staff to hand deliver her a letter.   

Initially the actress, who had already been upgraded to premium economy, thought the letter would say she was getting another upgrade. 

But much to her amusement and annoyance the letter was actually from her father reminding her it was the first of the month.

'I do hope you're sitting back reclining comfortably as you wend your way across the Tasman. I can't wait to see you, and I know you are going to be very excited and thrilled when you see me,' the

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