Several TikTok users were frustrated by the scene in latest clip, while others were less bothered, with one writing: "Who cares, it happens all the time."
Several users on TikTok were impressed by the passenger's creative solution, with one writing it was "the smart way" to avoid luggage mishaps.
Several TikTok users defended the passenger, pointing out that the flyer is entitled to do as they please since they paid for that seat.
"Proof that you are capable of reaching your goals no matter what age," commented one user on TikTok.
The boyfriend's gesture in the latest viral clip has sparked debate among TikTok users, with one asking "doesn't every guy do this?"
Several users were sympathetic toward the passenger in the viral clip, who said: "The flying experience that I had yesterday should not be allowed."
Several social media users backed the passenger's stance in the latest viral clip, with one writing "others' poor planning is not your fault."
Several users were laughing over the scene in the viral clip, with one questioning "how gangster" these animals are becoming.
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Connor Esraelian told Newsweek: "The whole experience was a nightmare. Let me be a lesson to others: please bring your ID to the airport."
The simple five-word sign left a father-of-two shocked. He didn't have to think for long about what to do next and later posted the photo of it online.
"I feel like he's invading your tv time," one user said.
An etiquette expert told Newsweek how "engagement in a confined space could mean trouble," so handling it in an appropriate way is vital.
The traveler in Taiwan shared his disappointment and issued a warning to others booking a "city view" hotel room.
"I would just die from a panic attack. I can't breathe even by watching it," commented one user on TikTok.
The incident was a "harrowing" experience, Ashley Haugen told Newsweek, adding: "I don't want anybody else to go through this."
Several users on TikTok were appalled by the seat setup in the latest viral post, with one writing "this is my worst nightmare."
Danyelle Heckert told Newsweek that her two dogs "always enjoy beach vacations such as Croatia or mountainous places such as Switzerland or Austria."
"We are utterly opposed to the commercial hunting of whales and dolphins in the Faroes," an Ambassador Cruise Line spokesperson told Newsweek.
Aerophobia, a fear of flying, affects more than 25 million people in the U.S. and can induce panic attacks and severe anxiety.
Baffled by an image of a tip jar at a self-serve bar, many people have slammed tipping culture, with one describing it as "toxic."
The mom spent "at least 15 minutes" loudly complaining to another passenger but then got an unexpected response.