A man has been slammed after he refused to sit by his girlfriend on the plane back home following a couple days break away.
He took to the social media forum site Reddit to ask if he or he's girlfriend was in the wrong.
The couple - both aged 21 - took a trip to Ohio, US as a small getaway following their university exams. The anonymous man explained how the couple lived on the west coast, so took a four hour flight to the holiday destination.
No information regarding the actual holiday was provided by the man, but he admitted that tensions started to spark on the day the pair were heading home.
The man claims his girlfriend was immediately angry when she woke up as he accidently pushed her off the bed in the middle of the night.
He said: "Then she started finding things to complain about. I suggested we get the free breakfast with our hotel instead of going to some coffee shop and when we went she kept complaining about how the coffee is weak and she needs another one so I complied and we went to a coffee shop."
But that was it, as the man claims that the apparent complaining continued as they got into the airport and onto the plane to get home.
He continued: "We get to the airport and she’s complaining more, I tell her I’m tired and let me rest, don’t talk to me until we get home and she gets all mad and complains.
"We have different seats on the plane because the flight is packed and overbooked. I tell her it’s fine it’s just 4 hours.
"She then comes to my seat and tells me the woman sitting next to her is willing to trade seats with me. I literally said 'give me a break' and told her no.
"She went back crying but I just wanted a damn break. When we got home she started crying even more and said I embarrassed her on the flight."
Many people took to the comments section of the Reddit post, with the man receiving a very clear reply on whether he was in the wrong.
One person said: "I would be in a c*** mood too if I was woken up by a grown man shoving me off the bed and then laughing in my face. On top of you just being so rude to her for being unhappy."
A second added: "I don't think there's a woman he would be compatible with. Seems a tad immature for dating."
And a third said: "You’re saying your behaviour was appropriate because you were stressed because you just finished finals but so did she."
What do you think?
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