One person was stunned by the behavior of a fellow passenger during the flight and people on social media agree with this.
Paul Stothard was flying with Emirates when he saw the woman putting her feet on the seat in front of him. He tweeted the picture of the woman with the caption, “The person next to me on my flight”.
The person next to me on my flight. pic.twitter.com/6qw8ZQGSU7
— Paul Stothard (@paul_stothard) June 27, 2022
The photo shows the female passenger wearing a pair of heavy shoes, resting her feet on the headrest of the seat in front of her – just inches from the other passenger’s head.
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Mr Paul shared the image on June 27. Her post soon went viral, with several social media users reprimanding the woman for her actions. They agreed that the passenger’s actions were “bad” and “horrendous”.
One user wrote, “To be fair I would be so angry.” Another said, “Omg, good thing I’m not sitting next to him!” “Anxiety of lack of consideration for others,” added the third. “If I had been in front, I would have gotten my seat back fast by now!” Said the fourth.
Many were also surprised that the frontman did not complain, to which Mr Paul said he slept for the entire flight. When another asked if the aircrew had said anything, Mr Paul replied that “no one said a word”.
Sadly, this is not the first time a passenger has been reprimanded for their actions. Earlier this month, a video of passengers climbing into their window seat in the middle of a flight started a discussion online on flight etiquette. The clip shows the woman climbing over other people to get to her window seat.
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All three passengers were awake and it could be inferred that he could have stood up and made way for her in the aisle. However, according to a social media post, the woman decided to board the other passengers for the entire seven-hour flight. The incident shook internet users.