Skip to comments.Poorly Behaved Airline Passengers Are Being Publicly Shamed Online
Posted on 09/17/2014 3:20:55 PM PDT by EveningStar
We all know that space is cramped on airplanes, but that doesn't mean that it's acceptable to put your feet on someone else's headrest, sprawl across a row of seats when they're already occupied, or walk around the cabin barefoot.
PassengerShaming.com is a website that publicly calls out the rudest, grossest airline passenger behavior by posting photos of these offending passengers on Instagram and Facebook.
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The online Jihad against people across the country continues. Glad i ditched social network and other cr4p. The tiniest thing can now make you a potential assassination target
If smelly feet are a reason to shame someone I might find my name mentioned.Otherwise I’m probably safe...I don’t drink on flights,I don’t grope anyone or get demanding or out of line.
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Most of these aren’t tiny.
Remember when people used to dress up to go flying?
Just barely, I was a kid when deregulation hit and that pretty much ended the dressing up period. I’m OK with casual, but some of these pics are just... wow.
Yes. I remember when flying was a pleasure, albeit on the expensive side.
Treat people like cattle, expect to get animal behavior.
Not many airplanes out today. Something up?
OMFG. Just followed them on Instagram. I fly alot - as in 200k miles this year. Friggin’ nasty. A former co-worker ended up getting bed bugs on a flight - in business class for an international trip. I didn’t but he did. I couldn’t stop from laughing but it was nasty.
People are better behaved on Greyhound buses
(Guys? Free fashion tip: No sleeveless shirts off the basketball court. We don't want to see your pits and, believe me, your "guns" aren't all that impressive. You're welcome.)
Solson, with all due respect to you, do you understand what the four letter acronym in your post means?
I shudder every time I see it. It’s awful.
What’s with all the feet in midair?
with respect to all, the experience of flying, frankly, with all respect, sucks.
perpetual fear of being late, not finding parking,
getting through the cattle line into the boarding gate,
customs people with attitudes, and hating crowds on top of everything..
I still do, a collared shirt and jacket, at least.
Half the people are wearing jammies and slippers for cryin' out loud.
The last time I flew from Australia to Hono (747 business class), there was an affluent appearing older couple right behind me...once aloft, the man got up and went to the can and got into a full set of pajamas.
Shortly before landing, he reversed course - having gotten himself his 9 hours sleep.
Turns out they were staying at the same hotel, so I quizzed him about his habit, and he replied that's the way he's always done it on longer flights.
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