The above from someone on twitter I follow and this is just not OK anywhere. Not in 1st class or in coach, or in a Skyclub or anywhere else for that matter. Just because some Delta bulkhead seats do not have “that” much space does not give a flyer the right to put their feet on the wall let alone to make a disgusting mess like this.
I am not suggesting we go back to the “olden days” when you HAD to dress up to fly but some reasonable semblance of decorum must be maintained (think Pan-Am experience). But, to me, the seat back pocket on a jet should not be used for:
- Your shoes
- Used snot rags
- Diapers (used that is)
- Gum (used even in paper)
- Puke bag (used – shudder)
- Your socks you had on
Or anything else that not even your spouse (or mom) would want to clean up after you. This is just not hard people. This is sick and wrong. Period. End of story.
The same goes for feet on seats, on arm rests, next to my head, on tables in the Skyclub and a myriad of other locations. While we are at it, men, and women, it is NOT ok to use the lavatory and not wash your hands – EVER! Don’t tell me you are going to use a wet wipe or something when you get back to your seat as you are touching things I may touch before you “wipe up”.
Gosh times are changing and not for the better. Are the airlines responsible for some of this behavior due to monetizing everything and cutting leg room to almost intolerable levels to maximizing profits? Maybe, but only so far.
You tell me. Is this going too far? Would you have spoken up if you were seated next to this passenger? Do you ever put your feet up on a Delta bulkhead wall? – Rene
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