Bad seat partner? Don’t fume. Shame.

In case you haven’t discovered it, there’s a Passenger Shaming page on Facebook where you can get your own back on sub-humans who behave disgracefully beside you after takeoff.

Take a look, and tell the person next to you to put those bare feet down or he/she will be framed.

The site, started by a disgruntled air steward, is going viral. Check this CNN report.

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And they say musical instruments are a problem on board aircraft.

 

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  • Maybe we should start the same against concert and opera audiences’ bad habits: talking, nose-picking, eating and drinking, talking, fumbling with programmes, emailing and twittering…..

    • … and, errr, taking pictures with mobile phones and gadgets like the one above… 🙂

      I once sat next to someone at a performance of WOZZECK who had come with his interpreter. The interpreter audibly translated every word that appeared on the surtitle translations. At the interval they apologised – apparently he had wanted to go to DIE FLEDERMAUS.

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