A pair of newlyweds were recently gobsmacked by a fellow passenger’s smelly feet while enjoying their 10-hour “premium” flight to the Maldives.
Hannah Charlotte Mol, from the UK, shared a clip of her airport journey, which has attracted more than 269,000 views since it was uploaded to TikTok this week.
The couple arrived early to check in, itching to board their long-awaited flight to celebrate tying the knot.
Hannah oohhed and aahhed over the airline’s amenities, including extensive leg room, orange juice and a free pillow, blanket and vanity case.
But the newlyweds were appalled when they caught a whiff of a woman’s feet across the aisle. Much to their dismay, she had taken her shoes off for ultimate relaxation.
“This lady over here has just taken her shoes off. We’ve not even taken off yet,” Hannah said in the clip. “And her feet are so smelly. It smells so bad. We’ve got 10 hours.”
Throughout the video, the honeymooners show off the aeroplane goodies and luxe meals they received sitting in premium economy.
“These are our seats. We’ve got ‘premium economy,’ which we were so excited about. There’s so much leg room!” Hannah gushed.
Some commenters, however, sniffed at their choice of seating, asking why they didn’t splurge on first class for their once-in-a-lifetime trip.
“Guess you were hoping for an upgrade at check-in,” snapped one snarky user, to which the blushing bride replied, “Would have been nice, but we bottled it and didn’t ask.”
“Who [sic] don’t you just fly first or downgrade to business if it’s your honeymoon? I never understand why people travel economy,” chided another.
“‘Premium economy’. no such thing … but cheapskates! First class for honeymoon!!!” argued someone else.
“Ignore the haters. All that matters is that you two had a wonderful time,” one viewer advised.
Others took the time to celebrate the happy couple.
“Congratulations to you both, may you both have a happy life together and make many memories that you can treasure for a lifetime,” someone applauded.
“Oh man. Smelly feet is a no-no,” said another sympathetic user, stating the obvious.
This article originally appeared on the New York Post and was republished with permission