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An anonymous woman (photo), presumably from the US, caused an uproar online after a photo of her home-made foot hammock went viral

Aircraft passenger is praised for creating a & # 39; genius & # 39; foot hammock with a blanket – but others fling her for endangering hundreds of lives & # 39; by hanging it in front of the emergency exit

  • Anonymous woman from the US made a hammock in an airplane
  • She used the curtain at the emergency exit. which leads to security problems
  • Others praised the & # 39; creativity & # 39; of the passenger and called the smart device & # 39; genius & # 39;
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A passenger has caused an uproar online after a & # 39; genius & # 39; made a hammock.

The anonymous woman, presumably from the US, can be seen asleep quickly with her feet hanging comfortably in the home-made device next to the emergency exit of the aircraft.

But the innovative idea that was shared with the Facebook group Passengers ashamed and made with a blanket, the internet divided into two.

While some praised the woman's creativity, others smothered her because she was negligent and & # 39; rude & # 39; used to be.

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& # 39; Brilliant! That is thinking outside the box, & # 39; one enthusiast said, while a second admitted: & # 39; That is actually quite ingenious! & # 39;

An anonymous woman (photo), presumably from the US, caused an uproar online after a photo of her home-made foot hammock went viral

An anonymous woman (photo), presumably from the US, caused an uproar online after a photo of her home-made foot hammock went viral

While many went to social media to praise the ingenious device, others threw the passenger for causing a security risk on board the flight

While many went to social media to praise the ingenious device, others threw the passenger for causing a security risk on board the flight

While many went to social media to praise the ingenious device, others threw the passenger for causing a security risk on board the flight

A third said: & # 39; I'm not going to lie, I'm impressed & # 39; while a fourth adds: & # 39; That's genius, I'm not even crazy. & # 39;

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A select number, however, participated in the comments section to raise a security risk issue.

& # 39; I think that for safety reasons the lever next to the door should not be used for this & # 39 ;, one wrote, while a second wrote: & # 39; For the exit row door. Endanger hundreds of lives. Ingenious indeed. & # 39;

Added further: & # 39; If it wasn't all that rude, intrusive, and dangerous, it's actually a smart idea. Too bad. & # 39;

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Several fans of the foot hammock jumped in the passenger's defense and praised her & # 39; creativity & # 39; and & # 39; genius & # 39; invention (photo)
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Several fans of the foot hammock jumped in the passenger's defense and praised her & # 39; creativity & # 39; and & # 39; genius & # 39; invention (photo)

Several fans of the foot hammock jumped in the passenger's defense and praised her & # 39; creativity & # 39; and & # 39; genius & # 39; invention (photo)

But others quickly jumped in the passenger's defense and offered nothing but praise for the ingenious device.

& # 39; It is probably a security risk and not allowed, but I have to give her props for resourcefulness & # 39 ;, one wrote, while another admitted:

& # 39; I honestly think she's great. And. no, that is not a handle to control the exit door, as some people have speculated. & # 39;

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& # 39; And no, if there was an emergency, I am pretty sure she would wake up the same as any other person on that plane and follow the FA instructions. She wins in my book! & # 39;

Added further: & # 39; I can think of much worse things that passengers do. & # 39;

Others criticized the woman for blocking the exit lane door and endangering her fellow passengers (photo)

Others criticized the woman for blocking the exit lane door and endangering her fellow passengers (photo)

Others criticized the woman for blocking the exit lane door and endangering her fellow passengers (photo)

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