Earplugs After seeing the video on TikTok, netizens suggested that children be banned on some flights
In 2011, the airline Malaysia Airlines decided to ban the presence of children in first class on certain flights (illustration). — Pixabay
A video captured in a plane was viewed over 12.7 million times on TikTok. New Zealand band member Henry Beasley filmed himself during a flight that appears to have been a real ordeal for his ears. A child screamed. for twenty-nine hours without succeeding in calm down.
The artist, who was moving to Berlin, kept his humor in commenting on this trip on social networks, spotted; BFMTV. “Good start,” he wrote at the start of the TikTok video posted on October 4 with tears in the background. He added then: “the child”s got big lungs” and gives it a score of 10/10 for its “performance”. Exhausted after several hours of torture, Henry Beasley launches: “Bring him back to home. home now… ”.
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Do not allow children on planes
Compassionate netizens have noted that it took “courage” to endure this noise. Others have suggested that the youngest are prohibited from flying. “Honestly, there should be flights without children and flights for children,” one of them. This comment has 250,000 likes. Others recall that the parents of the children are helpless in such a situation and suffer as much as the other passengers.
The next day, Henry Beasley posted; a second video to review his sound experience. Seeing that many Internet users suggested banning children on certain flights, the musician responded to them. He slipped them a piece of advice: listen to his songs so as not to hear the cries of children on planes.
The subject has already; been treated by airlines. In 2016, on the occasion of Mother’s Day, JetBlue Airways had proposed to its passengers a 25% reduction when an infant cries at edge. Five years earlier, Malaysia Airlines banned children in first class on some flights.