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Hall of Shame: Photographic Evidence of Disgusting Acts by Delta Air Lines Passengers

Hall of Shame: Photographic Evidence of Disgusting Acts by Delta Air Lines Passengers

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Old May 31, 12, 6:17 am
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if he had clothes or shoes on, i wouldn't care so much. i admit i've had to do this, once (but with jeans and shoes) after my knee started swelling up on my trip a few weeks after knee surgery, but that was the only reason why.

the feet on the traytable is complete BS. something would be said in that case
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Old May 31, 12, 8:46 am
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GRAPHIC IMAGE? LOL. For bare feet?!
I hope the OP never goes to a beach or a public pool, you'd have a heart attack.
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Old May 31, 12, 1:56 pm
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Originally Posted by canadatosiberia View Post
It's a slippery slope, that's all.
If it's a slippery slope, bare feet will give you safer traction than would most dress shoes.

It's a safety issue, think of the children!
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Old Jun 1, 12, 7:00 am
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what's all the wrangling about ? bottom line is this person wasn't raised with any common courtesy for anyone else. His nasty feet, ankles, calves or whatever some people want to call it,DON'T BELONG ON THE FRIGGIN TABLE in a public place. what is wrong with some of these people ?
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Old Jun 1, 12, 8:13 am
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We have officially reached the end of both class and manners in America.

When on business travel, I now always wear a sports coat, I just want to look and feel more like an adult.
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Old Jun 1, 12, 8:20 am
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Originally Posted by meh130 View Post
We have officially reached the end of both class and manners in America.

When on business travel, I now always wear a sports coat, I just want to look and feel more like an adult.
Just because you wear a sport coat doesn't necessarily mean you're wearing shoes...
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Old Jun 1, 12, 8:25 am
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Originally Posted by meh130 View Post
We have officially reached the end of both class and manners in America.

When on business travel, I now always wear a sports coat, I just want to look and feel more like an adult.
Fancy, yes, but does that make you more adult like? I put my kids in sport coats, and they are 5 and 2.
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Old Jun 1, 12, 9:01 am
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It's so childish to think playing dress-up means you're a real grown-up.
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Old Jun 1, 12, 8:47 pm
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From Delta.com

Delta Sky Club House Rules

Delta reserves the right to refuse admittance to anyone who interferes with the business-like atmosphere of the Delta Sky Club.

Attire while in a Delta Sky Club must be in keeping with good taste and a dignified atmosphere.

Delta reserves the right to terminate any membership or remove any member or visitor for inappropriate conduct, including but not limited to, conduct thatís undignified, disruptive . . . . .
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Old Jun 1, 12, 9:01 pm
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Originally Posted by davetravels View Post
Delta Sky Club House Rules

Delta reserves the right to refuse admittance to anyone who interferes with the business-like atmosphere of the Delta Sky Club.

Attire while in a Delta Sky Club must be in keeping with good taste and a dignified atmosphere.

Delta reserves the right to terminate any membership or remove any member or visitor for inappropriate conduct, including but not limited to, conduct thatís undignified, disruptive . . . . .
ahahahahaha.

Business like atmosphere? Wow, I have not experienced this in 3-4 years. Its a day care center.
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Old Jun 1, 12, 9:05 pm
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Originally Posted by DLATL777 View Post
ahahahahaha.

Business like atmosphere? Wow, I have not experienced this in 3-4 years. Its a day care center.
Business like AND dignified!!!!!!
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Old Jun 2, 12, 6:10 am
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Originally Posted by davetravels View Post
Delta Sky Club House Rules

Delta reserves the right to refuse admittance to anyone who interferes with the business-like atmosphere of the Delta Sky Club.

Attire while in a Delta Sky Club must be in keeping with good taste and a dignified atmosphere.

Delta reserves the right to terminate any membership or remove any member or visitor for inappropriate conduct, including but not limited to, conduct thatís undignified, disruptive . . . . .
Table feet is hardly the worst I've witnessed in the past week in a SC. I would like to reiterate the comments above regarding playing dress-up and the fact that a suit does not make the adult... Loud, obnoxious, rude, pushy, DYKWIA, should all be fought under this rule.
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Old Jun 2, 12, 10:09 am
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Originally Posted by davetravels View Post
What part of the plane is that??? I've never seen 3 seats in a row like that - - and sooooo close to the seat in front? Why, his knees are practically touching the seat in front of him! How uncivilized!
Lol!!
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Old Jun 2, 12, 10:27 am
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Originally Posted by meh130 View Post
We have officially reached the end of both class and manners in America.

When on business travel, I now always wear a sports coat, I just want to look and feel more like an adult.
You must be referring to NYPD?

Because obviously you're not talking about the Russian/Canadian fellow in this thread, or the person photographed in a German airport... Right?

PS You will soon be well into being an actual adult and not need to do anything to feel like one
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Old Jun 18, 12, 2:08 pm
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...and you thought "bare feet in Skyclub" was bad! Shoes in seat pockets in BE?

Bare feet sure seemed to draw some chatter a while back:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/delta...ra-lounge.html

So is this any place to put your shoes in BE for 8 hrs across the pond?

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