A PASSENGER has divided opinion online after complaining about a child crying on her flight.
The woman, who goes by the name Mooorganic on TikTok, shared a video of her onboard a plane with a child's wails in the background.
She captioned it: "Why isn’t there such a thing as adult only flights? I would pay SO much money.”
She then elaborated, explaining to commenters: “The flight was 3 hours and I listened to this the entire time.
“I have noise cancelling headphones, the child was WELL over five years old, and they sat directly behind me while kicking my chair as the mother slept.”
But the woman's post caused a considerable amount of backlash among fellow TikTokers.
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One person said: "How about turning on some loud music?"
While another commented: "This was harder for mom than it was for you."
One mum added: "As a woman who used to get extremely frustrated by this, I promise you now (as a mom) the mothers are already stressed bc we KNOW everyone else is mad."
Meanwhile, some questioned her account of the story, with several people suggesting the child was far younger.
One said: "That child does NOT sound over 5," and another agreed: "Definitely not. Sounds around 1 or 2."
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Some agreed with the complaint though, with one person commenting: "As a mom, I want an adult only flight too," and another added: "I ask myself the same question every time I fly."
Some airlines have already answered calls for child-free planes – a budget airline has launched new cheap flights between the UK and Thailand – and there is even a section for passengers who want to avoid screaming kids.
Low-cost airline Scoot, which first launched in 2012, has now started bargain flights from London Gatwick to Bangkok, with fares as low as £170.
Passengers who want to get some shuteye on the flight can even do so without the risk of crying babies, thanks to a child-free zone on the plane.
Called ScootinSilence, the section of the plane bans any passengers under the age of 12, meaning it is the perfect place to kip.
The website explains: "Scoot in peace and quiet when you reserve seats in our ScootinSilence zone located at the front of all our 787 Dreamliners.
"Besides the exclusive and silent cabin (no kids under 12 allowed here), you can also enjoy additional comfort – every seat comes with an adjustable headrest and you can reserve Super and Stretch seats (where available)."
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Previous passengers have praised the area, with one person writing on TripAdvisor: "This ticket still falls under economy class, but I personally think that it is worth the money to upgrade to this area of seating.
"Also, as no kids is allowed, it is a really quiet trip and I like it."
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