Woman ignites TikTok debate over 'adult-only' flights: 'Love to be on an airplane and not get dirty looks'

A woman proposed adult-only flights on TikTok — then all hell broke loose.

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Travel vlogger @mooorganic vented her frustrations about a three-hour flight in a video. After being stuck behind a loud, mischievous kid, she said she would pay a ton for child-free air travel. However, some people were not amused by the proposal.

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“Why isn’t there such a thing as adult-only flights? I would pay so much money,” the video text stated.

While resting her head by the window with a sarcastic smile and earbuds in her ears, you could audibly hear a child wailing in the distance.

“The flight was 3 hours and I listened to this the entire time,” she added in the caption.

She explained in the comments that the child was over 5 years old, and “they sat directly behind me while kicking my chair as the mother slept.”

The strong stance sparked a polarizing response on TikTok.

“As a mom, I want an adult-only flight too,” a person wrote.

“Oh no I had to share public space with the public,” another commented.

“As a parent I 100% agree. I would love to be on an airplane and not get dirty looks or grunts from angry people that don’t like kids/noise,” someone said.

“You could fly private. It’s expensive but you said you would pay SO much money,” a user added.

“I don’t understand why parents are upset in the comments. You’re not asking them to do anything, you’re not even saying children shouldn’t fly,” a TikToker replied.

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