Why You Should Never Wear Shorts on a Plane ?

John C Tripp

We've prepared a short list of pointers to keep in mind when you go on holiday (whenever that may be):

US Airways flight attendant and TikTok user Tommy Cimato posted this video of passengers who were too in awe to notice they'd been served cheese. He began his video by stating, "Here are five things you should never do on an airplane," and some of them are quite shocking.

For example, you may get so excited about the beach vacation that you put on your summer clothing for the flight - but this is a big mistake. "Don't or try not to wear shorts on an airplane," Tommy advises in his advice reel.

"You never know how clean the seats will be until you get there," he says. So, the more you cover up, the small vulnerable to germs you'll be - it makes sense. When it comes to getting comfy, he cautions against dozing off or resting your head on the window: "Do not fall asleep or lean your head on the window," he emphasizes.

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Flight Attendant Reveals Why You Should Never Wear Shorts on a Planecanva

"You're not the only one who's done it, and you don't know how many others or children have touched their hands or other objects to the window." (That's enough to make us skip our in-flight meal...

Tommy gives the following three recommendations:

"Do not ever press the flush button with your bare hands. It's just super unsanitary and rather unappealing, so when you flush, use a napkin or tissue that's in the bathroom."

"Don't forget to drink plenty of water. Stay hydrated. For each flight, you take, keep in mind that you'll need about 16oz of liquid."

"Don't be scared to inform a flight attendant if you're feeling ill. Please feel free to let us know if you require food, water, or an air sickness bag."

In just one day, his video has had over 1.1 million views and 138,000 likes, with other TikTokers offering their interpretations of the advice.

One person worried that his proposals suggest planes aren't cleaned on a regular basis, asking: "Don't they sanitize after every flight?"

Even with the added hygiene requirements caused by the Covid epidemic, there's simply no time for that, according to one responder.

This sentence means that the plane is too big to clean every stop. The workers can only spray or wipe.

"I was a cabin cleaner," another person wrote. "Trust me, we just have 20 minutes, and there are only six of us cleaning at once, so the plane leaves on time."

It appears as though Naomi Campbell was correct with her stringent pre-flight cleaning regimen after all...

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