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

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Trashed Airplane Garbage and trash filled the seats of an Airbus A332 aircraft after the conclusion of a Philadelphia Eagles charter flight from Seattle to Philadelphia last year. Photograph posted by FlyerTalk member tod701 on December 12, 2013.

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Old Apr 16, 16, 11:59 am
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I tried cropping the image to do a Google image search, but I guess it's not smart enough to figure out what catalog/magazine it is.
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Old Apr 16, 16, 1:12 pm
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Originally Posted by Tizzette View Post
Better to use the changing table in the women's room, yes. But maybe there's a reason not to, and what I see is a mother at least getting out of the way in the hall.
It looks like a hallway, but the T2 club is boxed in and so it actually is towards the center of the club. While I empathize with parents with young children, the way these parents were acting (being incredibly loud with their kids and making goofy noises to get them to eat for about 90 minutes, very loud cell phone conversations, throwing a toy around the lounge for their youngest, and letting their kids handle the food tongs from the side that TOUCHES the food), I would say they weren't following the decorum and atmosphere the sky club wishes to represent.
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Old Apr 16, 16, 1:14 pm
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Originally Posted by dzflyer View Post
That is ridiculous. I have never done that in a skyclub when my son was younger. Use a bathroom if not then let them be shown the skyclub door.
Agreed. And almost as bad...throwing a soiled diaper with #2 in it in the trash can situated between the bar and the food setup. I mean, how selfish can people be?! No one wants to smell or have their food contaminated with someone else's excrement. The fact they didn't even take the time to throw out the diaper and soiled wipes in the bathroom was beyond annoying.
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Old Apr 16, 16, 2:37 pm
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Originally Posted by dzflyer View Post
That is ridiculous. I have never done that in a skyclub when my son was younger. Use a bathroom if not then let them be shown the skyclub door.
+1. That is unsanitary and disgusting.
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Old Apr 16, 16, 2:51 pm
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Confession time:
One time I changed my babies (newborn and only #1) diaper on my lap (quickly) on the plane, the stewardess caught me and told me to go in the bathroom. I realized as she said something, it was a bad idea and other people around me don't want to look at that. Only family was sitting in my row and I was thinking I could just get it done super fast. Never did it again. Now when I see other people do it I think its gross.
One time exactly as the plane was going to land my 2 year old son started screaming he and to pee and was going to pee his pants. Rather than have him pee all over himself and the seat I had him pee in a water bottle. Figured it was the less of 2 evils.

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Old Apr 16, 16, 4:18 pm
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Originally Posted by nikitta28 View Post
Confession time:
One time I changed my babies (newborn and only #1) diaper on my lap (quickly) on the plane, the stewardess caught me and told me to go in the bathroom. I realized as she said something, it was a bad idea and other people around me don't want to look at that. Only family was sitting in my row and I was thinking I could just get it done super fast. Never did it again. Now when I see other people do it I think its gross.
One time exactly as the plane was going to land my 2 year old son started screaming he and to pee and was going to pee his pants. Rather than have him pee all over himself and the seat I had him pee in a water bottle. Figured it was the less of 2 evils.

Flame away... I am now relieved of my sins
Closet we came to something like this is there is a little cubby area where u get off the tram in dfw prior to taking the elevator down to gate level. No one could see us but we were technically in public. Just need to use common sense.
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Old Apr 20, 16, 4:42 pm
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Uh... "the doctor will see you now"?

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Old Apr 20, 16, 5:27 pm
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Originally Posted by nikitta28 View Post
Confession time:
One time I changed my babies (newborn and only #1) diaper on my lap (quickly) on the plane, the stewardess caught me and told me to go in the bathroom. I realized as she said something, it was a bad idea and other people around me don't want to look at that. Only family was sitting in my row and I was thinking I could just get it done super fast. Never did it again. Now when I see other people do it I think its gross.
One time exactly as the plane was going to land my 2 year old son started screaming he and to pee and was going to pee his pants. Rather than have him pee all over himself and the seat I had him pee in a water bottle. Figured it was the less of 2 evils.

Flame away... I am now relieved of my sins
Ha! I always found it amazing, that regardless of how many times we brought our son to the lav during the flight, without fail, as soon as the seat belt light went on and we started to descend, he would need to go RIGHT NOW!
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Old Apr 20, 16, 6:39 pm
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Originally Posted by Zorak View Post
Uh... "the doctor will see you now"?
Is that the work of FlynGyn? I haven't seen him around FT for years.
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Old Apr 21, 16, 9:22 am
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Originally Posted by btonkid12345 View Post
JFK T2 skyclub this morning.

Husband and wife and two young children acting like the entire lounge is their own private space. ...

Couple is from Long Island (overheard many long phone convos) and spoke English so I don't believe there are any cultural misunderstandings.
I think there may well be cultural differences.
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Old Apr 21, 16, 11:14 am
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I think there may well be cultural differences.
Absolutely. I have seen it from the air flying in and out of JFK. It looks fascinating.
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Old Apr 23, 16, 11:01 pm
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Last week I saw someone cut their toe nails in the JAL First lounge, so all the posts here are par for the course in a US domestic lounge.
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Old Apr 24, 16, 5:45 am
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two more for you to, er, enjoy?



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Old Apr 24, 16, 1:09 pm
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Originally Posted by Renes Points View Post


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Old Apr 24, 16, 3:21 pm
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I think hes listening to depeche mode
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