A PLANE passenger has sparked outrage online after a photo emerged of what some called her “inconsiderate act”.
A Twitter user called Anthony, using the name @Antman0528 shared a picture of an unknown woman sitting in her seat in front, with her long dark hair draped over the top of the headrest and falling as far as the person’s tray table behind.
Anthony captioned the picture posted on October 20 with “Would this p**s you off?”
It is unclear what airline the woman was on or where the plane was headed.
The tweet has since gone viral, picking up more than 28,000 likes and over 15,000 responses.
Many replied simply with a “yes,” agreeing it would p**s them off.
One even devised an ingenious way to get their own back on the passenger, writing: "I would quietly lower the tray, let her hair fall in and then close it up again. Yes. It would p**s me off and I’d tell her to keep it in her seat. If she gets p**sy, offer to cut it."
Another added: “I’d start braiding that s**t.”
A third said: “I have really long myself and I would never do that to someone. And yes it would kind of irritate me.”
While a fourth person chipped in with: “I totally agree with you, absolutely unnecessary and kind of gross for that matter, how would she like it if the person behind her sneezed into her hair instead of their tissue. That might teach her!”
While the majority of commentators came out in favour of the poster, not everyone agreed though.
One wrote: "Lol nah. If I need the tray I’d just let her know I need to get under her hair for a sec. but why would I get mad? Flight over soon, on my merry way."
In November 2020, a plane passenger who flicked her hair over the headrest, obscuring the person behind's TV screen, ended up with chewing gum, a lollipop and coffee tangled into her locks in an act of revenge.
In a video shared on TikTok – which some have branded fake – the fuming traveller sat behind was spotted mixing gum into the hair.
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