I hope this spawns more shaming...Restaurant Shaming...Hotel Shaming.. Department Store Shaming....will "customer shaming" make people stop acting like rude, entitled pigs? Probably not. But we can all have a good laugh at their ridiculousness!
From Business Insider: We all know that space is cramped on airplanes, but that doesn't mean that it's acceptable to put your feet on someone else's headrest, sprawl across a row of seats when they're already occupied, or walk around the cabin barefoot.
PassengerShaming.com is a website that publicly calls out the rudest, grossest airline passenger behavior by posting photos of these offending passengers on Instagram and Facebook.
The site posts "photos of a**holes taken by anonymous flight attendants & passengers from all over the world." These images capture behavior that is barely acceptable in your own home — let alone in a public airplane. Below are some of the more egregious offenders (via Yahoo Travel).
It's never acceptable to take your shirt off on a plane.