After asking the internet if he was in the wrong, a traveler who upset a newlywed couple sparked a heated debate. According to the man in question, he was stuck between a newlywed couple on their honeymoon destination when the couple kindly asked him to move to the aisle seat so that they could sit together. In response to the couple, the man explained that he intentionally chose the middle seat because he couldn’t fit comfortably in the aisle seat due to his size.
“They asked if they could switch seats with me, which I politely declined and explained why.” “My size and aisle traffic were two of the reasons,” the passenger explained. “When I’m in the aisle seat, I’m always bumped by someone.” My elbow was badly injured once when a trolley hit me. Since then, I’ve avoided the aisle seat.”
The man went on to say that one passenger in the same row across the aisle tried to persuade him to give up his seat, while others allegedly gave him dirty looks and made him feel guilty for remaining in the seat he paid for. “I didn’t move, and everyone around me, including the crew, seemed to despise me.” “Am I wrong to refuse to change my seat?” he wondered on Reddit.
After his story went viral on the internet, the plane passenger received a lot of support from people who believed he was right to get what he paid for. “It always boggles my mind that they don’t plan ahead of time like that, and then expect others to simply give up a specific seat that passenger paid for specifically,” one person wrote.”There is such a thing as newlywed entitlement.” The correct bottom line has been stated numerous times here.
“You booked and paid for that seat; you should not feel bad or guilty for not giving it to someone else who couldn’t be bothered to plan ahead of time or pay extra,” another person said. Some people, however, reacted angrily to the poster, claiming that it would cost him nothing to be kind and that the couple most likely made an honest mistake.”Occasionally, people forget to reserve seats.
They were probably too preoccupied with other things to notice that. “I understand your desire to sit in the center, but I also understand the couple’s viewpoint,” someone said. “I can’t judge you, but I would move.” “Just because I paid for my seat doesn’t mean I shouldn’t give it up for a good cause,” said another. What are your thoughts on the subject? Please let us know in the comments, and please SHARE this post with your family and friends. Follow us on Facebook for the latest news and stories!