A MAN was left stunned by a fellow passenger's very rude behaviour on a flight – and people on social media agree.
Traveller Eric, who was sat in the window seat on a morning flight, had the window shade pulled down when a passenger in the row in front attempted to open the blind.
In a video called "My window, my rules" on TikTok, Eric can be seen batting away the other passenger's hand on several occasions.
The video, which was a reply to another user's plane window experience, has been viewed over 4.8 million times.
It's been liked by 500,000 users and everyone in the comments is in agreement.
One person wrote: "If you have to reach [in]to the person's personal space behind or in front of you, it's not your window."
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While another user added: "The audacity of people, if it’s in your seat you get control of that. People are so entitled."
Someone else chimed in with their idea of airport window etiquette:"[There are perks to every seat: [the] window has control, but only your window, while the middle owns both armrests and the aisle seat [has] better legroom."
Other travellers shared their tussles about the window seat on flights.
One wrote: "I’m not proud of this moment, but this has happened to me before. I had to sneeze and I let it rip all over her hand. It worked."
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Another explained: "I was on a flight and someone reached up to my window and kept opening it. I kept shutting it and she was like I want to see the view, [I suggested she should] use her own?"
This isn't the first time someone has been rude on a flight, one woman used the seat in front of her as footrest while another passenger disturbed his seatmate four times to use the toilet
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