After subway carriage, airplane aisle is also the place for Chinese toddler to poop

Updated:Fri, Aug 2, 2013 10:37 AM   By Bernd Chang

toddler poop in airplane aisle,Uncivilized behaviors

Chinese netizens are startled to a Weibo report on Feb. 16 hat a parent would allow his/her toddler to poop in the aisle of the airplane cabin! The attached four pictures show a kid squatted in the airplane aisle and dropped a deuce, then the parent helped to brush the buttocks.

Toddler pooping in the aisle of airplane cabin tops the list of uncivilized behaviors of Chinese travelers during the Spring Festival Holiday.

 

As Chinese travelers start to go back to cities after short reunion with their family members and relatives, transportation chaos as well as uncivilized behaviors of Chinese travelers have increased.

Weibo user “@鸡肉米饭牛肉面条 posted on Feb. 8 that a passenger on the airplane 3U8878 receiving telephone call when the airplane started to descend scared other passengers soaking in cold sweat.

Another Weibo user “@风水旖旎” posted that on the Chinese lunar new year’s eve, a male passenger on an airplane flying to Shenzhen opened the emergency exit on his own will, saying he wanted to let some air in and breathe freely. The man was taken away later by police for causing flight delay.

But what has surprised and dismayed Chinese netizens most is a tweet posted by Weibo user @某航机长 on Feb. 16 hat a parent would allow his/her toddler to poop in the aisle of the airplane cabin! The Weibo user has published four pictures which show a small child in green coat squatted in the aisle and dropped a deuce, then the parent helped to brush his buttocks.

Chinese netizens’ comments to the tweet are overwhelmingly negative of the parent. Many say they are startled to see the uncivilized behavior of the parent and call for government to improve the laws and take tough action against such uncivilized behaviors of airplane passengers.

In last November, a toddler embarrassed his parents by pooping on subway in Guangzhou, which drew mostly negative comments from Chinese netizens.

 

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