An American woman who experienced a three-hour flight from hell has urged airlines to provide child-free flights.
Morgan Lee, a Florida mother, made the statement on TikTok following a deeply unsettling encounter with a child who undoubtedly didn’t like their journey.
“Why aren’t there flights for adults only? I’d spend so much money on that “With the video, which has since received over 650,000 views, she made a statement.
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The 24-year-old continued, “I listened to this the whole three hours of the flight.
The child was well over five years old, they were sitting behind me, and they were kicking my chair as the mother slept. I have noise-canceling headphones.
Parents criticized Lee on the popular app, who now resides in Vienna, Austria.
And this is why people, parents, and mothers experience anxiety when leaving the house. A user commented that grace is not maintained
A second made a scathing jab at the heart of the matter: “Poor you. My heart breaks for you because of the length of time you were subjected to another person’s screams. Hope you’re feeling better now.”
Some parents used Lee’s video as a “duet” to mock her in front of their followers; one of the videos called Lee “disgusting” and a “cretin.”
According to one user, there is an option if she wants to spend “so much” for flights without kids: “They’re called private jets and you can book a private trip and pay as much as you want to have the plane to yourself.”
However, other people joined the conversation in the comments besides angry parents.
To have some peace, some parents claimed they would also be willing to pay more.
“As a mom, I want an adult-only flight too,” one user commented.
Others popped some popcorn and observed the mums’ outbursts.
Numerous others share Morgan’s desire, according to a 2017 survey.
According to Business Insider, half of the parents who participated in the study said they should be required to sit in a specific area for the comfort of others.
There are currently kid-free zones on board some foreign flights, including Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, Scoot Airlines, and IndiGo.