‘Idiot’, ‘disappointing’ and ‘disrespectful’.
these are just some of the vocabulary words that are thrown after a parent who has been caught in the act in to allow - and even encourage - his little child to draw the seating in front of him.
On the video that has been shared on the Instagram page ’Passenger Shaming’, which is a profile, where a former flight attendant share photos and videos of passengers behaving badly on flights, one can see how the parent actually pushing her child's hand onto to the seat, so he can draw on full blast.
You can watch the video below (the article continues under the video):
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Not only are tray tables for changing shitty diapers on, now you can help your kids draw all over them!! It's only a $100M aircraft. NBD. #parentingfail - we're not shaming a child. [: reddit user "th0se"] #VANDALISM • • • #passengershaming #NOPE #instagramaviation #airplaneetiquette #frequentflyer #crewlife #sassystew #aviation #cabincrew #avgeek #cabincrewlife #flightattendant #flightattendantlife #stewardess #flightattendantproblems #travel #flightattendants #instapassport #aviationgeek #FAlife #airtravel #travelgram #traveltips #pilot #pilotlife #travelling #frequentflier #reddit
It is unknown when the video is taken, but it is to the degree that anything that gets people up in the red field.
Thus it has been seen button 200,000 times in just two days, while numerous comments shows how furious people are over, to the parent apparently 'forget to bring up his child'.
- Some people should not be allowed to proliferate. I can't describe my contempt for this ’parent’, writes a user by the name of cescaj0102.
- I'm a flight attendant, and unfortunately this kind of behavior fairly common. Airlines should ban this kind of people always, writes another user by the name of ddminer.
- the Parent should be forced to pay a second fee for the damage, write a third user.