Delta Air Lines CEO: Passengers Should Ask Permission to Recline Seats

Clay Curtis
February 16, 2020

It's against the law to video on a plane.

The warning threatened to take her off the plane and even process her. Williams said he got rid of the video, but then found it in the deleted folder on his phone and posted the video online. "He was angry that I reclined my seat and punched it about 9 times - HARD".

A woman who not long ago flew on an American Eagle flight from Charlotte, North Carolina to New Orleans, Louisiana is calling out the airline for not thoroughly reacting to a different passenger who continuously punched the back again of a seat that she had reclined.

The Twitter user claimed that when she complained to an American Airlines cabin crew member, she was offered no assistance.

The woman said the man asked her, with an attitude, to put up her seat because he was eating. I would like to press charges against this man.

"I want to know who he is".

Many are arguing that Williams is being over-dramatic, or seeking a payoff, or any number of other reprehensible behaviours, but the fact is only one person in this mess was repeatedly and fecklessly punching a seat because they didn't like the realities of modern air travel.

Then, according to Williams, the man became agitated and began to perform a punching motion against the back of her seat, shaking her as the nudging continued.

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According to the New York Post, Wendi Williams was travelling aboard an American Eagle flight from New Orleans, La., to Charlotte, N.C., on January 31 when the incident occurred.

Some were confused about why Williams would post the video to begin with, since it paints her in "such a bad light", clearly siding with the man here.

Williams initially sparred with the airline on Twitter, quote-tweeting their response that instructed her to handle the matter through a direct message. Nevertheless, she hardly ever introduced her seat back up and in its place recorded the incident. "She rolled her eyes at me and said, 'What?' she wrote".

"I'm done being quiet!"

"I've lost time at work, had to visit a doctor, got x-rays, and have has terrible headaches for a week", she explained. What is a big deal is acting like a petulant little jackass like the fucko in this now-viral video, though, to be fair, reaction to the video is remarkably mixed. But was Williams in the wrong, too, for encroaching on the man's already limited personal space? On the other hand most airways will exhibit a warning concept if a non-reclining seat is picked at time of booking or look at-in so that the passenger is mindful of the cramped area. Orr said that she recommends people turn around to kindly notify the person that they are about to recline their seat.

"You are both in the wrong", said another who saw things from both sides.

"When we start being allowed to reprimand others with physical violence, it gets pretty ugly pretty quickly", she said, adding one of them should have been moved to a new seat.

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