A 10-year-old New Zealand boy was forced to flip his shirt inside out after airport officials determined its print could make other passengers feel anxious.
"You did not let up with your mutters of annoyance and looks over your shoulder. I apologized to everyone around me. I almost started crying myself," she wrote in a post on Facebook.
After they took a private Boeing 747 plane on Monday to an unknown location, people are questioning how genuine the celebrity couple's environmental concerns really are.
As it turns out, airports and airplanes are much dirtier than your home.A team from TravelMath sent a microbiologist to collect 26 samples from five airports and four flights — samples were sent to a lab to estimate the total bacteria population per square inch to to find out the dirtiest of all the locations and surfaces tested. Surprisingly, the bathroom didn’t top the list.No. 1 is a surface commonly used on an airplane, but that most people wouldn’t think of sanitizing.“The good news is that all 26 samples from airports and flights were negative for the presence of fecal coliforms such as E. coli, which can potentially be infectious,” study researchers stated.Scroll through the gallery for the locations and surfaces you should steer clear from (or at least clean before and after using).ALSO SEE: The unhealthiest fast food burgers in Canada Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!