TikTok up in arms over plane passenger's 'lack of respect': 'Why do people think this is OK?'

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TikTok couldn’t help but praise an airplane passenger after he filmed himself dealing with another flyer who had put their bare feet on his armrest. 

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As COVID restrictions loosen and travel returns, so do the unusual things people do on planes. From fighting over the window seat to putting gum in another passenger’s hair, people really seem to show their true colors 30,000 feet in the air.

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In this case, one of the Walker Twins — a YouTube comedy duo — noticed the person sitting behind him was putting their bare foot up on the back of his armrest. He captioned the video, “What to do in this situation.”

Armed with a Dasani water bottle, the TikToker quickly poured some water on the person’s foot to get them to put it down without any awkward confrontation.

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Commenters loved the “hack,” and the clip quickly racked up over 4.5 million views.

“Right on,” someone commented. “I’m so tired of people and their lack of respect for others.”

“I can’t think of a better solution to get your point across,” another added.

“Why do people think this is OK?” a person asked.

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