Travel Man Who Didn’t Get Up From His Seat for Entire 17-hour Flight Baffles Researchers

10:30  05 june  2018
10:30  05 june  2018 Source:

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Qantas passenger didn ’ t move from seat for 17 - hour flight — not even for the loo. QANTAS has been left baffled by the odd behaviour of a business class passenger on its However, those who “fought’’ against jet lag during the flight by frequently getting up and moving around were likely to feel worse.

Once they were seated , a United flight attendant came to see if Yamauchi’s son, Taizo, who was in his seat , was on the plane. He comes up to my belly button. It was a three and a half hours flight ,” she said.

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For many travelers, a trip to a cramped airplane bathroom is unavoidable. But one man has beaten the odds, perhaps to a fault.

A passenger on the 17-hour Qantas flight from Perth, Australia, to London, England managed to stay in his seat for the entire ride, not once getting up to use the facilities, the Independent reported.

The man’s incredible, bladder-bursting feat baffled researchers at the University of Sydney, who are studying passenger comfort on long-haul flights, and were collaborating with the airline in order to conduct their research. Volunteers on Qantas' longest flights wear monitors on their wrists and thighs that measure their anxiety levels, sleep patterns, and their ability to recover from jet lag. And, coincidentally, whenever they get up to go to the bathroom.

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“The one thing we couldn't believe was how little [he] moved. One subject took zero steps,” said Professor Stephen Simpson from the Charles Perkins Centre at the University of Sydney.

The man in question was also a business class passenger, so it is possible that his comfier seat made it easier to sit back, relax, and go to sleep during the flight. And it’s unclear how much he had to eat or drink.

The Qantas flight is one of the longest nonstop routes in the world, and the man’s ability to stay put even prompted some researchers to check and see if his monitors were even working properly.

An AirAsia passenger caused an uproar after trying to upgrade herself to a premium seat 3 times without paying .
Facebook / Bruce Lam An AirAsia passenger reportedly made several attempts to upgrade herself from an economy seat to a premium one without paying, according to the Straits Times blog Stomp. After her third attempt, fellow passenger Bruce Lam scolded her.A video of their argument was posted to Facebook.After a woman on an AirAsia flight tried to upgrade her seat three times without paying, fellow passenger Bruce Lam took matters into his own hands, according to the Straits Times blog Stomp.

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