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Plane passenger sparks uproar after revealing a fellow Southwest traveler on a near-EMPTY flight insisted on sitting DIRECTLY behind him – despite there being dozens of other free seats

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Anthony Thomas has sparked fury after revealing that a fellow passenger decided to sit right behind his seat, even though the plane was almost empty.

An airline passenger was left stunned after a fellow traveler on a nearly empty Southwest flight decided to sit directly behind him, even though there were dozens of other seats free.

Antonio TomasA Washington-based chef took to the place right behind Anthony.

The chef’s image reignited the ongoing discussion about airplane etiquette, just weeks after a female airline passenger sparked fury for putting her feet on someone else’s seat and another traveler admitted to wearing a seatbelt around her. his ankles.

Anthony noted that “out of all the seats on the flight,” the anonymous traveler had made a very strange decision about his place on the plane, and his choice sparked a wave of negative reactions from other social media users.

Anthony Thomas has sparked fury after revealing that a fellow passenger decided to sit right behind his seat, even though the plane was almost empty.

He captioned the snap, which showed a total of four passengers, including himself, on the plane: “Imagine having the luxury of boarding a flight with only two passengers on board. Of all the seats on the flight, look where you decided to sit.

The photo showed Anthony sitting in an empty row by the window. Two other passengers were scattered in the back of the plane. However, a fellow passenger sat directly behind Anthony.

“I would have been so passive-aggressive when I changed seats,” one person added.

Another person said: ‘It doesn’t matter, my friend. Lean all the way back. That’s your fault.

People online were stunned to see the mystery man decide to sit near him and took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to express their anger.

One person said: “It’s like people parking right next to you and there are tons of spaces available.”

Someone else added: “I think these people are extremely codependent.”

Another user wrote: “I would move to the seat right next to him lol.”

People online were stunned to see the mystery man decide to sit near him and took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to express their anger.

People online were stunned to see the mystery man decide to sit near him and took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to express their anger.

“Oh, I’d be so scared I’d have to move,” one user added.

“I would have gotten up and sat several seats behind him,” one person said.

This is not the first time travelers have sparked furious debates over airplane etiquette.

Just two weeks ago, a frequent flyer caused a stir after showing off a “dangerous” travel trick in which she wore her seatbelt around her ankles in a bid to sit more “comfortably” during the flight.

In the past, many passengers wondered if they should change seats while traveling.

Just a month ago, a frequent flyer issued a public service announcement to his fellow travelers about swapping seats after finding himself in a nightmarish experience in which he was forced to move five times when he reluctantly gave up his spot. to another passenger.

The unknown man took to Reddit to tell his seat-swapping story that “permanently changed his mind about being nice and swapping seats with someone.”

It reignited heated conversation about travel etiquette after a frequent flyer was applauded for refusing to change seats so a woman could sit by the window.

He shared his experience in a thread dedicated to ‘Delta Airlines‘ – adding that the disastrous incident took place eight years ago while he was on a flight from New York City to Utah.

Another frequent flyer previously revealed he refused to swap his window seat with an “entitled” passenger who wanted to sit next to his wife.

The anonymous woman took to Reddit to share how she refused to move to the middle seat during an 11-hour flight from New York to Cairo, Egypt, so the man sitting next to her could sit next to his wife.

The anonymous woman shared her story on the social media platform as a way to rant about the man in a thread titled: ‘TitledPeople,’ leading others online to criticize the man for asking someone else to move to a lower quality seat so he could be happy.

The denial comes months after a man sparked furious debate when he refused to give up his first-class seat to his boss, despite using his own credit card points to do so.

In the past, DailyMail.com’s Jaci Stephen has even offered her point of view, confessing that she “absolutely refuses” to change seats, no matter how angry the passenger requesting the change may be.

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