An Australian woman traveling on an executive class flight has spoken about the "rude" actions of a passenger sitting behind her.
He explained how he was on a flight from Fiji to Sydney when a man placed his "Hobbit foot". on the back of your armrest.
"With the Hobbit's foot resting on the back of my rest (even well-groomed feet bother me, so this really was putting me to the test)," the woman wrote next to a photo showing the foot.
"I desperately needed some action from the butter / pedi de coca (sic) as soon as possible," he added to his publication on social media.
And if having to deal with the man's barefoot was not bad enough, the woman revealed that the man also reached through where he was sitting to close the window curtain.
A woman who travels in business class has shared a photo that shows the uncovered foot of a man (pictured), one that he placed on his armrest.
"While trying to ignore the piglets that went to the market by moving next to me, (Hobbit) comes to MY space and closes the blinds of my window," he continued.
"It was not one of those tones that is a bit ambiguous and crosses in the next row, it was 100% mine."
"I love to relax and look out the window (also known as: trying to ignore the helmet full of bunions next to me).
The woman said that her husband, who was sitting next to her, was "fuming" and wanted to say something, however, she did not do anything for 15 minutes and then raised the shadow again.
No, he was not having any of that. He arrives again and lowers it, saying with force: "Do you really need it? It's really sunny."
According to the woman, the situation was difficult to handle because she did not want a confrontation in the air with a man she described as "aggressive and on the edge".
"I do not like conflicts (especially in the air) and I can say that I was already extremely strong and arrogant, and this was without being questioned.
"Add to my grumpy husband, a few beers and some noisy and clumsy words, yes, no, thank you, I'll take care of that hobbit any day."
To make matters worse, when he landed, the man also started arguing with the hostesses after being asked to turn off his laptop and open the shutter.
"Then we got stuck around for another hour while the storm hit Sydney," the woman added, before saying: "In short, a very relaxing and enjoyable flight, to say the least."
Those who have seen the post of the woman and the photo of the foot on line have described the behavior of the man as "totally unacceptable".
Those who commented on the post described the man's behavior as outrageous and described it as "totally unacceptable".
"I can not believe he was also lowering her from her blind," one commentator wrote before adding, "I would have put it right away." If I have a seat next to the window I like to look and take pictures.
"With me, that guy would have got off the plane with his fingers broken and his wrist tense."
Another person said: & # 39; Would not have endured that for a moment. I would have told him something and then he would have complained to the cabin crew. If it did not resolve easily, he would have insisted on a new seat or he moved to another seat.
& # 39; No one should have to put up with that! & # 39;