More leg space means more dreadlock space
The thing about airplanes is that you can’t choose who you fly with. You can pay more for extra leg room, but there’s no guarantee that you’ll actually be comfortable throughout your flight. Take, for instance, this guy, who sprang for extra leg room, only to find himself face-to-face with someone’s dirty, un-shampooed dreads.
We don’t particularly care about anyone’s hairstyle, but as soon as it starts getting into our personal space, we’re going to have a problem. It’s a shame the TSA takes scissors away now. This person could’ve learned a valuable lesson about keeping their hair to themselves.