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"I'm not a terrible person": Young man refused to give up his first class seat on a plane to a child

quotI39m not a terrible personquot Young man refused to give

In the United States, a young doctor refused to give up her first class seat on a plane to a child in order to travel with her parents who were in the same area. The doctor justified her decision by saying that the family should have taken their own precautions so that the 13-year-old child did not sit alone with other people in tourist class. This fact sparked a whole debate on social networks.

The young woman shared her experience on her TikTok account (@lifewithdrsab). “That’s a no from me, buddy. Would you have given up your seat? They also found a solution in the end, so no, I'm not a terrible person. Also, the child was around 13 years old,” the doctor said in her video.

“I’m not a terrible person.”

The young woman, identified as Sabra, said she was not ready to give up her seat as she had paid for a more expensive plane ticket than usual to travel in first class and therefore it was not fair to move to a lower category .

The young woman has now received support on social networks, the positive comments can even be read in her video and some assured that they had not given up their category places either. “As a mother, I am on your side. If they wanted to sit together, they should have made sure the seats sat together.” “Why isn't your first instinct to just swap the child with a parent so they can with a guardian?”, “The worst thing is “that the child is usually around 12 years old and is perfectly capable of being alone during the flight” or “No! They wanted to sit together, they should have reserved it like that.” !” were some of the users' reactions.

“I paid for legroom”: Young man refused to give up his seat on a plane to two elderly people

In New Zealand, a man refused to give his seat upgrade to an elderly couple on a 12-hour flight to Los Angeles, USA. The situation sparked debate online after the young man shared his story on social networks. Some supported the passenger, others criticized his attitude towards the request of senior citizens.

“We booked and paid for our flights and I added the premium economy seats as I am 1.95 meters tall and wanted more legroom. It costs an additional $60,” said the young man, who was traveling with his girlfriend.

The user explained to the seniors that he had paid more for the seats and was moving to his own. The flight attendant took the passenger's side and asked the elderly couple to go to their seats.

“I got a few stink eyes from other people on the flight. I paid for the extra legroom and I need it,” complained the user, who ultimately didn’t give up his seats and stayed in the seats he paid for.