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Chinese Passengers Fight on Chongqing to Hong Kong Flight

Chinese passengers in a physical fight on an Air China flight from Chongqing to Hong Kong.

Chinese passengers in a physical fight on an Air China flight from Chongqing to Hong Kong.

From NetEase:

Passengers on Chongqing-to-Hong Kong Flight Get Into Fight

Big Fight On Passenger Plane, Chongqing-to-Hong Kong Flight Almost Turns Back — At 9am, on Air China Flight CA433 from Chongqing to Hong Kong, a dispute occurred between passengers on-board. The cause involved two female passengers in one row being upset with a child behind them being too noisy, with the passenger in the row behind blaming the the front passengers’ seat for affecting them. These several passengers got into a physical fight on the plane over this, with the plane nearly turning back as a result. After arriving in Hong Kong, Hong Kong police immediately intervened to handle the dispute.

"The two females in the forward row felt the baby behind them was noisy, while the passengers behind felt those in front had reclined their seats affecting their leg space, then they argued, then they fought."
“The two females in the forward row felt the baby behind them was noisy, while the passengers behind felt those in front had reclined their seats affecting their leg space, then they argued, then they fought.”

Chinese passengers in a physical fight on an Air China flight from Chongqing to Hong Kong.

Comments from NetEase:

网易上海市嘉定区手机网友 ip:114.95.*.*

Being noisy on a plane is indeed wrong. Reclining far back is not against the rules, as it is designed expressly for people to adjust/recline. Therefore, it is a problem with the passenger in the row behind.

大江南北遍地游 [网易广西南宁市手机网友]:

Chinese children are indeed too noisy. Can’t stand it, and there have been several times where I’ve wanted to say something to put a stop to it. Look at foreign children in contrast, who truly sit very quietly, worthy of our countrymen’s reflection.

网易广东省深圳市罗湖区手机网友 ip:119.122.*.*

This fucking kung fu is impressive, she even flew into the air.

网易黑龙江省牡丹江市手机网友 ip:222.172.*.*

Ugly Chinese people.

网易上海市手机网友 ip:114.81.*.*

After five days of detention, repatriate to Chongqing.

重庆哥哥12 [网易重庆市渝中区手机网友]:

Sigh, what happened to people’s character, embarrassments around the world.

长安俊贤 [网易陕西省西安市手机网友]:

Fighting on a plane? Impressive!

网易四川省成都市手机网友 ip:118.114.*.*

The consequence of those who can afford to burn money.

1159909885fsa [网易上海市手机网友]:

Those who think there are some children who are especially noisy in public settings, give me a ding.

网易广东省广州市手机网友 [我是妹子一枚]:

Character, this is [the lack of] character. So you were disturbed, so what? You won’t even let a little child cry? When your dad and mom gave birth to you, did you pop out all grown up? I’m reminded of when I brought my child back to Guangzhou the year before last. It was very stuffy on the plane, and after sitting half the way, my child couldn’t sit any longer and wanted to move around, running through the aisles. At the time, he was just 1.5 years old, and if I pulled him back, he would just cry. Maybe it was because it was winter and they had turned up the heater or something, but even adults were feeling faint. Fortunately, none of the people around me said anything, and the pretty girl next to me even gave her McDonald’s rag doll toy to my son for him to play with. I’m so thankful for all these nice people, may they be safe and sound all their lives!

网易广东省广州市手机网友 ip:112.96.*.* (responding to above)

Making a disturbance is okay, please just do so in your own home. In public settings, you should educate your child to not disturb others. In fact, most of the time if you just stop your child’s noisiness in front of others and reprimand your child to not disturb others, other people usually won’t say anything further. However, those who make the excuse that children are small, we can only say those people’s characters are indeed lacking. Why is it that there are so many unruly children these days? Why is there so much negative behaviorsin society these days? It’s all caused by this kind of upbringing by many parents.

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