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Of all the things not to do while on a plane, put your feet in someone else’s head, it is likely to be in the vicinity of the top of the list.
A woman is the symbol of airline passengers has gone viral, with many online users on the left are shocked and disgusted by the in-flight violations.
The image, posted on Reddit, shows an unidentified woman in a selfie with someone’s bare, slightly dirty feet, crossed at the top of her head.
It is not clear what airline the image was taken.
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Responses to the viral post, there was a unanimous agreement that it is to rest your feet on someone else’s head, it is a complete violation. What’s more, a lot of Reddit commenters offered up some hilarious ideas of what they could to remedy the situation.
“I guess we’ll just have to ban the other passengers,” one person wrote.
Another commenter said: “the Barbed-wire fence to the top of the airplane seats, it’s what I’ve always said.”
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As a woman, it is the view of an airline passenger to put their feet on her head to let a lot of online be shocked and disgusted by the in-flight violations. (Photo: iStock)
“Well, I would start off with a light scrape of my fingers along the underside of the foot. To make it as uncomfortable as possible …and they would never do that to anyone on an airplane,” one Reddit user said.
“They have to have the balls to put their feet to the top of your head to know that there is a person, that is, you have to have the balls to start drawing on their toes in sharpie back,” another person said.
Some of the people had been more diplomatic, suggesting that she was just informed by the flight attendant, and let the staff deal with the situation.
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The majority, however, consider such a bold move and earned even the far-reaching consequences.
“With a fake sneeze and flick a lot of water at their feet,” one person said. “You don’t see often.”
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