Control Your Kids: Children Should Not Be Drawing On Tray Tables

by Anthony Losanno
United Drawing

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Back in June, I wrote about a mother who thought it was great that her child was drawing all over the walls, seats, and tray tables on the plane (more here). This is completely unacceptable behavior (even though the mother commented that the magic markers were washable). Now, another passenger has taken to Twitter/X to show a further example of bad parenting in the form of drawings all over her tray table that she found on a recent United Airlines flight.

View from the Wing first pointed out this example of letting children act poorly without correcting their bad behavior. It’s a shame because I know that my parents would have never allowed this or similar behavior, but I see children running amok on planes, in airports, and even in the Polaris® lounge (more here).

Anthony’s Take: The child and the parent(s) should have been made to clean up this mess. It’s no secret that cleaning crews have limited time to turn an aircraft around and nonsense like this should not be added to their jobs.

(Featured Image Credit: @DolceFemmeAnita via Twitter/X.)

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