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In the passenger’s defense, this is the fastest way to get to the solution and the aroma is that of a “little shoe” – in for the flight.
An unnamed airline passenger with wet feet and has recently been spotted on the drying of a wet shoe by the hold of a plane guy as it was later applied to almost the entirety of the Internet.
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Last week, the Instagram account “Passenger Shaming” – shared images of the passenger to be off-putting antics, which quickly went viral, with over 330,000 views as of Friday.
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“So, yeah, this is BS, and zero self-confidence in nonsense is going on… again…”, the moderator of the bill, wrote in a caption that the video was made by a professional wakeboarder Dylan Miller.
Followers largely agreed with the Passenger Shaming ‘ s review. And several chose to simply respond with nothing more than a multi-vomiting-face emojis.
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“If I catch anyone doing this, I’m punching out,” one person wrote.
“Holy smokes, this is gross. His feet smelled just spewing all over the passengers all around him,” said another. “Yikes.”
Grossed-out wife noted that it was also “palming the bottom of the shoe during the drying process.
“At least it wasn’t underwear,” someone else added, perhaps in reference to the similar underwear to dry debacle that made headlines at the beginning of the end of 2018.
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At the very least viewers can take comfort in the fact that the customer will not later be a prop in a fan deck, sweaty feet on one of the passengers, including some of the less scrupulous travellers, sometimes just to do it.