Woman divides opinion after staying in her seat once plane landed
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A woman has divided opinion on social media over plane etiquette after she revealed she has the restraint to remain sitting in her seat once the plane had landed.
Passenger behaviour on planes is very much talked about online, from young babies screaming, to the divided debate as to whether you should clap when the plane lands.
It really does divide family and friends down the middle, but the behaviour thar Haart takes part in is very much a less talked about one. But perhaps not anymore, as her video has received over 100,000 likes and hundreds of comments.
In the short video, Haart can be seen sitting in a seat on a plane as she lip-sang the lyrics to 'I’m so mature, I’m so mature', from SZA's 'Kill Bill'. In a text caption over the video, she wrote: "Sitting in my seat instead of standing up until it’s my row’s turn to deplane."
But it appears it wasn't too easy to sit in the seat while everyone was trying to get off, as Haart added in the caption: "Easier said than done."
The video has been viewed more than a million times, with many discussing whether you should remain seated when the plane lands and wait your turn or stand up on your row and wait.
One person said: "Some of us stand to stretch our backs. Has nothing to do with getting off sooner and hurts absolutely no one."
A second added: "the standing is fine (people need to stretch). The problem is when they don’t know about row by row exiting…."
Meanwhile, a third added from a flight attendant's perspective: "From a flight attendant perspective: I totes get it but I also want everyone up and out ASAP since we don’t get paid once the door is open."
Another viewer agreed with the TikToker, they said: "Thank you I CANNOT STAND when people start standing up and the doors not even open."
But another TikTok user really didn't care: "Why do people care so much whether someone else sits or stands?"
No matter what side of the debate you are on, this TikTok video looks set to add to the discussion surrounding plane etiquette.