If you haven’t yet, read the first part here:
It turns out that there was more to the argument. The female passenger sarcastically taunted the male passenger more than once, such as “I’m entitled to get drunk and puke in your lap,” “Don’t talk to me,” and “You disgust me!”
Following that, a great response from the male passenger: “Ma’am, bigotry is disparaging someone prior to knowing them simply by their beliefs and opinions. Thank you for being the very thing you preach against.”
No matter what side a person is on, respect for people’s opinions should be observed at all times. If someone doesn’t want to drink milk because they think drinking milk is going to give them Mad Cow Disease, you’re not going to force it down their throat. Even if there is no link between the disease and milk, you’re going to let that person think what they want to think. It is because this female passenger tried to correct the male passenger and “force down the milk” that she was asked to exit the plane.
After she packed up and started walking out with her husband, there was an applause. It is unclear whether that applaud was to get the female passenger out, or to applaud the flight attendant for remaining calm and doing a great job. There were even chants of “USA, USA” so I think it was more for getting the female passenger off the plane. What do you readers think? Should the female passenger have left and allowed her husband to stay? Should she have not made a big deal and kept her thoughts to herself? Should she have apologized to get to her destination on time? Let us know your thoughts!