A photo shows a female plane passenger's long ponytail hanging over her seat and covering the TV of the man sitting behind her.
Boston Globe columnist Dante Ramos shared the image on Twitter:
Congrats to the ponytailed young woman in seat 22B. You've invented a whole new way to be awful at 35,000 feet. pic.twitter.com/VWTPMI5JrM— Dante Ramos (@danteramos) March 29, 2016
Ramos then gave readers an update to show that the woman eventually moved her ponytail.
For the record: After marveling for a bit at her obliviousness, we got her attention. She moved it. https://t.co/qalACLcFUr— Dante Ramos (@danteramos) March 29, 2016
But the ponytail passenger isn't the only one being just plane rude. Other incidents of passenger shaming include bare feet on a trail table:
And someone clipping their nails on a flight.
To other hair incidents:
Former flight attendant Shawn Kathleen started the page.
She told INSIDE EDITION: "People love the Passenger Shaming movement. They are taking the photos because they can't take it anymore."