Plane passenger gets revenge on woman who put her smelly feet under his seat | The Sun
A PLANE passenger got revenge on the person sat behind him when she repeatedly shoved her smelly feet underneath his seat.
Daniel Green was mid-flight when he noticed a pair of grey socks invading his legroom.
The socks belonged to the woman sitting behind him, who had removed her shoes and was stretching her legs as far forward as she could, so much so that her feet came out the other side.
Her feet were dangerously close to Daniel's flight snacks, including an open packet of Dairy Milk buttons.
He decided to take action to stop the space invader, by pouring a can of fizzy pop onto her socks.
He filmed him getting his revenge and shared it to Tiktok (@danielgreen2426) where it has been seen more than 310,000 times.
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Daniel captioned the video: "Woman on the plane behind me kept putting her smelly feet under me…she then stopped."
The woman's feet are seen retreating after their unexpected shower.
Other passengers have been forced to take decisive action to prevent people's feet from ruining their flights.
One woman was on a flight when she noticed a person's toe, from the row behind, resting on her armrest.
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In a TikTok video, which was uploaded by lindastabilinda, the woman can be seen giggling and laughing at the foot in question.
She then grabbed the end of the armrest and flipped it backwards into an upright position in a bid to make sure the foot was successfully removed.
Meanwhile, flight attendants and podiatrists have warned that removing footwear on planes leaves travellers exposed to bad bacteria.
Podiatrist Ebonie Vincent told the Washington Post: "You could pick up fungus, not to mention the millions of germs and bacteria that you could transfer to carpets, inside hotel rooms or homes and cars, which serves as a danger to other people."
Flight attendant Raven Johnson added that it made her "cringe", saying: "Yes, they're cleaning the planes a lot more than they used to, but still, you're not at home."
However, even that isn't enough to put some people off from removing their shoes and socks during flights.
Sarah James, deputy digital director of Condé Nast Traveller said she has no problem in getting her feet out on flights.
She said: "As I write this, I’m sitting on a plane with my shoes off. I have no issues with any of my fellow cabin-mates doing the same.
"I draw the line at anyone’s bare feet invading my personal space. But if your neighbour can’t grasp those basic manners, their feet are probably the least of your worries."
Meanwhile, this woman revealed a clever trick to remove a passenger's bare feet from her seat.
And last year, a man was praised for his "no-nonsense" approach to a passenger's feet on his armrest after he poured water on them.
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