Look At This Mom Helping Her Kid Take A Dump In The Plane Cabin Because The Bathrooms Were ‘Too Small’

by 4 years ago


My parents never let me get away with shit. This kid’s parents not only let him get away with shit, they let the kid do it wherever the hell he wants, especially when the bathrooms “aren’t big enough.”

Passengers onboard a Shenzhen Airlines flight ZH9709 from Nanjing to Guangzhou on Sunday complained that two parents allowed their child to defecate in the back of the cabin. This happened despite both bathrooms on the plane being vacant at the time, according to witnesses cited in a NetEase News report.

A flight attendant reportedly saw the child soiling the area in the back of the cabin before the plane took off, with the mother and another relative happily propping the kid up as if they were in a squat toilet.

When asked why she didn’t get the child to use the bathroom instead, the mother answered, “Your bathrooms are too small, the three of us can’t get in. It’s so spacious out here!”

Both bathrooms were vacant and because ALL THREE PEOPLE couldn’t fit inside, junior is allowed to drop anchor in the back of the plane. Now, I have to ask because I consider myself a sane individual, WHY THE HELL DO ALL THREE OF THEM HAVE TO BE IN THE CRAPPER AT THE SAME TIME?!?! Unless this child is special needs — and even then one parent is enough — there’s absolutely no reason two parents have to wipe the ass of one kid. Plus how old is that kid?!? He looks like he’s going in junior high.

This is not the first, nor the last time kids be shitting all over airports and airplanes in Taiwan.

Grossly enough, this isn’t the first case of its kind. A Chinese family made headlines last summer after they reportedly allowed their child to do his business in the cabin aisle of a Delta Airlines fight from Beijing to the US. In 2013, a mainland Chinese mother caused a scene after she was photographed letting her son take a squat on the floor at a Taiwan airport.

I didn’t need another reason to skip visiting Taiwan but these stories will keep me away forever.

[via Shanghaiist]