Vegetarian Can’t Stop Fellow Passenger From Eating Meat Next To Her, Involves The Cabin Crew.

Meat eaters and vegetarians have a fractious relationship at times, with both sides expressing strong convictions about their diets. However, because everyday life is full of circumstances in which they must interact, it is critical for both groups to cohabit happily and accept each other’s judgments. Read the story to know what happened in this flight between a vegetarian and non vegetarian. What would you do in such a situation?

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This is happening right now and the lady sitting next to me is glaring daggers at me while making passive aggressive comments under her breath.

I have a 8 hour flight with a short connection. The 1st flight only served a small cracker pack and the 2nd will be the same. During the connection, I only had barely enough time to run from one end of the airport to the other. Once I got to my connecting gate, I found out I had enough time to order food but not eat it. I checked with the gate agent to see if I could bring food onboard and she happily reassured me that I could. I went and got a burger, fries, and a drink.

When I was allowed to put the tray down, I did and started to eat. This is when the lady sitting next to me told me she doesn’t eat meat or fried foods and the smell of my burger and fries are making her sick. At 1st I ignored her and kept on eating but she complained louder. I finally told her I bought the food after checking with the gate agent and I’m hungry so she’s out of luck. She called the flight attendant and was told that I’m well within my rights to eat food that was bought at the airport.

I know I’m right when it comes to the airline rules but the food is pungent in an enclosed area and she’s still glaring at me so am I an AH?

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