Man Gets Revenge On Woman Who Kept Putting ‘Smelly Feet’ Under His Plane Seat

We all know that traveling economy suuuuuucks, partly because space s cramped, but more so because other passengers are assholes and don’t know how to show basic courtesy and respect. (Lest we forget the guy who watched porn on a recent flight!) However, one guy got fed up with a woman who kept putting her “smelly feet” under his seat, so he decided to get revenge.

Daniel, who posts on TikTok as @danielgreen2426, shared a video of a passenger putting her bare (but socked!) feet under his seat during a flight. “Woman on the plane behind me kept putting her smelly feet under me, she then stopped,” he captioned the clip.

You then see Daniel pouring a bit of soda from a can onto the woman’s feet. While it doesn’t totally soak the woman’s sock, she clearly will have felt the drops hit her feet, so she obviously decided not to stretch them out anymore.


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Admittedly, the woman’s feet were very far forward — Daniel could clearly see them when looking down, so she did need to chill out a bit – but how old is this dude, exactly? Does he not have enough maturity to turn around and ask the woman if she could move her feet a bit? Instead, he had to be super passive-aggressive and kind of a dick by pouring soda on her feet? Like, what?

Understandably, Daniel has turned comments off on TikTok, since I bet he was getting loads of shit when he had them on (if he ever did). To be honest, this kinda makes him as bad (or actually worse) than the woman who dared to put her feet under his seat.

Admittedly, it’s been a while since I’ve flown, but stories like this make me dread the day that comes again. If we could all just show each other a little respect and act like civilized human beings, air travel (and life in general) would be a whole lot better.

Jennifer Still is a writer and editor with more than 10 years of experience. The managing editor of Bolde, she has bylines in Vanity Fair, Business Insider, The New York Times, Glamour, Bon Appetit, and many more. You can follow her on Twitter @jenniferlstill