An Airline Passenger Captures A Picture Of The Absolute Worst Person To Be Seated Next To
Flying is something that mostly do not enjoy doing and until it is necessary, it is something that we all must endure at one point or another in our lives. Even flights that are supposedly decent are still not very fun and there are any numbers of issues that can arise along the way that keep us from truly enjoying ourselves during our travels, whether they are for business or pleasure.
This passenger (Jessie Char) recently went through a period of discovery during a recent trip and they were forced to sit next to one of the worst passenger possible during a recent trip. Once they saw what was about to take place, Jessie could not resist taking a moment to share it with her Twitter following and the post went viral almost immediately after the post.
While they initially sauntered up and found two empty seats in their section that would allow them to enjoy plenty of elbow room, they were greeted by the passenger from hell. Things would soon take a turn for the worst, as a pair of smelly, bare feet popped up in the area. We do not know what possesses people to behave in such an uncouth manner on airplanes.
What sort of person behaves in this manner? Probably no one! Why in the name of all that is holy would you subject someone to this sort of torture? This is one of the more inconsiderate things that we have ever had the misfortune of witnessing and our heart definitely goes out to this woman. It might be more comfortable to sit with your feet up on a plane, but come on now. We all need to have just a little bit more sense than this.
To make matters even worse for this poor woman, the bare foot eventually reached over and opened a window. Two cardinal rules of flying were disobeyed in one fell swoop. First of all, you should never be subjected other passengers to the sight or scent of your feet. Second of all, you do not ever mess with windows that do not belong to you. These should be simple enough rules for anyone to follow, no?