People are the worst! Or, at least, they can be. Especially when they travel.
It's one thing to be stuck next to a mother with a baby's who's hollering. Not pleasant, but it's the luck of the draw. Babies will be babies. And, it's also one thing to be trapped by a nervous seatmate who keeps chatting, even though you've made it abundantly clear you'd rather read. It's quite another thing, however, if your seatmate starts to clip his toenails, or the mother stuffs a dirty diaper under your seat or in the seat pocket. Yes, this type of stuff happens.
It happens so often, in fact, that several flight attendants, disturbed by the behavior of their passengers, started using their smart phones to snap pictures of the worst offenders and post them to their own website. The purpose of their site is stated in the URL: PassengerShaming.com.
Since connecting to the social media outlets of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, the site now allows any passenger to become, as one of the T-shirts for sale ...
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