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Influencer complains of sitting between two obese people on a plane and accuses of obesity phobia

An influencer erupts when he sits between two obese people on a plane and is accused of obesity phobia

An Australian woman went viral on social media afterwards Complains about sitting between two fat riderswho are brothers, on an American Airlines flight last week in the United States.

Influencer and journalist Sydney Watson posted pictures of her ‘uncomfortable’ and ended up Accused of obesity.

“Right now, I’m – literally – sandwiched between two fat people on my flight. My whole body is being touched against my will. I can’t even put my arms on the backrests because there’s nowhere. I’m tired of acting like fat. It was normal. I can vouch to you that it is not”I wrote on Twitter. “That’s totally unacceptable, okay? If you need a seat belt extender, you’re too fat to be on a plane”She added in the complaint on the social network, where she has more than 320 thousand followers (and more than 760 thousand subscribers to her YouTube channel).

Influencer complains about sitting between two fat people on a plane and accuses of fat phobia Photo: Engjab / Twitter

“If people want to be fat, that’s fine. But it’s completely different when I’m stuck between you, your arms rolling around my body, for 3 hours.”Sidney, who highlighted that he offered the two brothers the opportunity to sit next to each other, amended an offer that, according to the influencer, they declined.

Reactions on Twitter ranged from Messages to support attacks on obesity phobia charges.

“Did you ask them about their complete medical history? I’m sick of hearing people complain about fat people”An angry netizen posted.

“You are exactly where you are supposed to be. I’m sorry they have to be sitting next to this ugly person.”wrote another.

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Sydney Watson
Sydney Watson pictures: Playback / Twitter

“We need to raise awareness of this issue. The campaign is really, I’m not kidding. Carry-on bags are measured before boarding the plane, so there should also be an acceptable human silhouette.”Said a man supports the influencer.

“I totally agree. They should buy two seats or travel first class. You paid for your seat and you are 100% entitled to use it”second opinion.

The Australian, who also holds a US passport, sent a complaint to American Airlines, and received this response, according to the Daily Star:

“Our passengers come in all shapes and sizes. We’re sorry you felt uncomfortable on your flight. We offer a variety of seat sizes and styles so our customers can choose what suits them best.”