#PassengerShaming shows disgusting side of air travel

Cabin crew get revenge on passengers who behave badly
Cabin crew are still getting their revenge on passengers who behave badly during flights. Besides the images posted to the Facebook and Instagram pages of the Passenger Shaming site, Twitter has recently adding a more urgent version, using the hashtag #passengershaming.
Photos taken by crew and those passengers who are affected show dirty feet and toenails poking into their neighbours’ spaces or into the air, toenails being clipped, used nappies, and snacks dumped across seats and floors.
One passenger uses his neighbour’s tray to watch a movie on one device while he works on another.
The hashtag was inspired by Shawn Kathleen, a former flight attendant who launched Passenger Shaming on social media.
Yahoo News


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