An irritated passenger has gone viral for leaving a candid review mid-flight after being asked to complete an airline survey.
The man, who wore a blue t-shirt and matching backwards baseball cap, entered his furious complaint on an on-screen customer feedback form.
Slowly but surely typing, he manages to leave two sentences of complaints while blocking out his surroundings with his Bose headphones.
User Mads Waller, known online as @goinggonemadd, posted the hilarious encounter to her 3300 TiKTok followers.
Captioning the video the creator wrote: ‘Surveying’, ‘Roasting’, ‘#guesstheairline’.
Using just his two index fingers, the passenger wrote on the TV screen: ‘You served vegetables that were frozen solid.
‘You also interrupted my movie twice to ask me to take a survey.’
Once satisfied with his frank review, the passenger then seemed to upload it.
Since it was posted, the video has raked in an impressive 2.5 million likes and has received thousands of comments unanimously in support of the passenger.
One user commented: ‘He said, “You keep asking for feedback so here ya go!!!’
Another user begged the question: ‘Whose dad is this????’
One user added: ‘You know he’s a dad with those old bose headphones.’
In all-caps, a fourth user wrote: ‘and that’s on quality feedback,’ which received 61,300 likes.
A fifth user wrote: ‘That airline voucher ain’t gonna get sent to you by itself.’
The video comes after a summer of heated airline etiquette debates, the most recent of which was posted to Reddit.
One airline passenger, who was attempting to ease her flying anxiety by paying extra for a window seat, was left infuriated when a fellow traveler abruptly closed the shade.
The nervous flyer claimed the woman sitting next to her slammed the window shade shut while she was resting against the window, citing concerns over her eyesight mid-flight.
The post received thousands of comments, with users in disagreement over who controls the window shutter on a plane.
One user claimed: ‘Window seat controls the window. Middle seat gets the handrests. Aisle seat gets easy access. That’s the rule.’