It seemed everyone wanted to be safe, clean, and practice good hygiene habit when the COVID-19 pandemic started.
My, how that has ended with a fury.
On my recent trip to Los Angeles, I had some time to kill in Detroit between flights and visited the main A Concourse Delta Sky Club. While in the lavatory, the man in the urinal next to me departed without washing his hands and used the handle to open the door (they have foot pulls on the doors, FYI. Some clubs, like MSY, even have motion-activated door openers).
Who does this?
Who, in the first place, brings a drink into the lavatory? And then, secondly, who leaves the drink in the lavatory for the staff to clean up?
I mean, seriously. It seems we have gone from a level of let’s be ultra clean and ultra respectful of sanitation to let’s all put our feet up on the furniture. And since you asked:
Yes, this was also the view from my regional ride. I guess I should be happy the dude kept his shoes on, maybe?
I mean we are now seeing a constant stream of not just disgusting behaviors, but rude ones as well like this inconsiderate individual who decided everyone should enjoy the experience of many coats of nail polish applied.
Dogs in seats. Baby’s diapers changed on seat tray tables. Toenail clippings sent flying all over the cabin. Bare feet everywhere on jets. Hair flipped over a seat. I guess travel really is fully back to what it once was — and more? – René
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