Plane passenger gets revenge on woman who put her smelly feet under his seat

A PLANE passenger took revenge on the person sitting behind him by repeatedly shoving his smelly feet under his seat.

Daniel Green was mid-flight when he noticed that a pair of gray socks restricted his legroom.

Daniel took revenge on the passenger behind him by pouring drinks on her socks


Daniel took revenge on the passenger behind him by pouring drinks on her socksCredit: TikTok/danielgreen2426
The woman's feet retreated from Daniel's legroom after he poured drinks on her


The woman’s feet retreated from Daniel’s legroom after he poured drinks on herCredit: TikTok/danielgreen2426

The socks belonged to the woman sitting behind him, who had her shoes off and stretched her legs as far forward as she could, just far enough for her feet to come out the other side.

Her feet were perilously close to Daniel’s in-flight snacks, including an open packet of milk dumplings.

He decided to take action to stop the space invader by pouring a can of soda on her socks.

He filmed his revenge and shared it with Tiktok (@danielgreen2426), where it was viewed more than 310,000 times.

Daniel with caption the video: “A woman on the plane behind me kept pushing her stinky feet under me…then she stopped.”

The woman’s feet are seen receding after her unexpected shower of rain.

Other passengers were forced to take decisive measures to prevent other passengers’ feet from ruining their flights.

A woman was on a flight when she noticed the toe of someone in the row behind resting on her armrest.

in one Tiktok videouploaded by Lindastabilinda, the woman can be seen giggling and laughing at the foot in question.

She then grabbed the end of the armrest and rotated it backwards to an upright position to ensure the foot could be successfully removed.

Meanwhile, flight attendants and podiatrists warn that taking off shoes on a plane exposes travelers to harmful bacteria.

Podiatrist Ebonie Vincent told that Washington Post: “You could catch fungus, not to mention the millions of germs and bacteria you could transfer to carpets, hotel rooms or homes and cars, which poses a danger to other people.”

Flight attendant Raven Johnson added that it made her “cringe,” saying, “Yeah, they clean the planes a lot more often than they used to, but you’re still not home.”

But even that isn’t enough to discourage some people from removing their shoes and socks during the flight.

Sarah James, Associate Digital Director of Conde Nast Traveler said she has no problem getting her feet free on flights.

She said: “As I write this I am sitting on a plane with no shoes on. I have no problem with one of my cabinmates doing the same.”

“I draw the line when someone barefoot invades my personal space. But if your neighbor doesn’t understand these basic manners, their feet are probably the least of your worries.”

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Meanwhile, this woman revealed a clever trick to remove a passenger’s bare feet from their seat.

And last year, a man was commended for his “discreet” handling of a passenger’s feet on his armrest after pouring water on them.

The smelly socks came very close to Daniel's snacks


The smelly socks came very close to Daniel’s snacksCredit: TikTok/danielgreen2426

Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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