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Most of us like to get comfy on a flight, ensuring we've got some good snacks before curling up to watch a film or two.
But it seems some people tend to forget they're not in the comfort of their own home, not only kicking off their shoes and socks, but also getting in the space of others.
The Walker Brothers (@the.walker.twins) posted a video of such an experience on a recent flight, with the caption saying: "Had to do something."
In the clip, one of the brothers - whose face is partially covered with a mask - films in selfie mode before panning the camera down to his seat's left arm rest, where someone's foot is casually lounging.
And no, they are not wearing any shoes or socks, one of the cardinal sins of public transport.
A text caption reads: "What do to in this situation."
He then holds up a bottle of water to the camera, before filming himself spilling some of the liquid onto the foot... which promptly moves from the arm rest.
The clip has racked up more than 360,000 likes and 3.9 million views, prompting a big discussion about the etiquette surrounding plane travel.
Many people praised the quick-thinking, with one TikTok user writing: "Right on. I'm so tired of people and their lack of respect for others."
Others even shared what they would have done in the same situation, with another saying: "I would have locked hands with it and wouldn't have let it go [no] matter how hard they pulled. It's my foot now."
Another comment, which had more than 13,000 likes, read: "I would have sneezed and sprinkled water at the same time."
Some people commented to say they believed the clip was 'staged', and the brothers had roped in a pal to help with the social media stunt.
One said: "It is probably staged between friends!"
Another added: "It's fake. They knew them and set it up."
A third agreed: "Probably. He's traveling with a bunch of friends."
However, many others pointed out the scenario wasn't as far-fetched as some users made out.
"Right because people are never rude as hell on planes," one wrote sarcastically.
I mean, they have a point.
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