Their honeymoon turned sour almost before it began.
During their 10-hour “premium” flight to the Maldives, a newlywed couple was reportedly appalled by a fellow passenger’s foul-smelling feet.
This week, Hannah Charlotte Mol submitted to TikTok a video of her airport experience that has received over 269,000 views.
The couple checked in early, eager to board their long-awaited flight to celebrate their wedding. Mol praised the airline’s services, which included ample legroom, orange juice, and complimentary pillows, blankets, and vanity cases.
However, the newlyweds were shocked to get a fragrance of a woman’s feet across the aisle. To their dismay, she had removed her shoes in an effort to relax.
This woman over here has just removed her shoes. We haven’t even taken off yet,” Mol, who has roughly 2,000 TikTok followers, bemoaned in the tape. “Her feet are so foul-smelling. It stinks so badly. We’ve got 10 hours.”
Throughout the movie, the newlyweds display the aircraft treats and gourmet meals they enjoyed while seated in premium economy.
“These chairs are ours. We had “premium economy,” about which we were ecstatic. Such generous legroom!” Mol effused.
For their once-in-a-lifetime trip, though, some users questioned why they didn’t spring for first class.
One sarcastic user remarked, “Guess you were hoping for an upgrade at check-in,” to which the blushing bride answered, “Would have been nice, but we didn’t ask.”
“Why don’t you fly first class or downgrade to business class if it’s your honeymoon? I never understand why folks fly economy, said a second.
“‘Premium economy’ does not exist… nonetheless, cheapskate! “First class for the honeymoon!” argued another.
Ignore your detractors. “The only thing that matters is that you two had a wonderful time,” recommended one kind-hearted spectator.
Other viewers took the time to congratulate the pair.
Someone clapped, “Congratulations, may you both have a happy life together and create many memories to cherish for a lifetime.”
“Oh guy. Another commenter expressed the obvious by stating that odorous feet are unacceptable.