IF you’ve ever booked a priority boarding ticket or paid extra to reserve special treatment on an aircraft, then you might want to think about your choices, after a new study has revealed you could actually be a complete bellend.
The study, conducted over a ten-year period, has seen the rapid explosion in bellends who travel by air dramatically rise with worrying concerns of an increase over the next two to three years.
Dr. Stephanie Gruhn, a highly experienced behavioural scientist who led the study, said: “There are many acts of human behaviour that annoy us but paying extra to be one of the first to get off an airplane really is taking your status of bellend to a great new level.
“Everybody on board meets each other at the same time in the baggage claim area anyway, so, there really is no need to book your quick escape in advance because there is no such thing.”
It’s not the only thing that irritates air passengers. A study carried out in 2015 revealed we all want to kill someone who pushes the back of our seats as they attempt to fold down their front-facing seat tray table.
Calls to take action on passengers who think it’s cool to walk around the aisle in their socks were also high on the study with 99.999% voting for such a passenger to be thrown out of the plane in mid-flight without a parachute.
The remaining percent who was against this method is the guy who invented suction safety doors for airplanes.