Bare feet on an airplane seat? No, no, no.

How would Michael, Sara and Keke handle an awkward airplane encounter?
1:51 | 11/14/19

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The internet blew up over the last few days of a picture of a person hanging their feet over the headrest of the seat in front of -- Oh! And I need to know what you guys would have done because I would have went ballistic on that person. I would have -- I mean, it would have been like -- now I know you ain't -- I mean, I would have went off. What would y'all have done? Go ahead, Sara. And the feet were dirty. The feet were filthy. On my deep insides I'm keke and I say all those things. When I open my mouth, I go like this, excuse me, can you please take your feet off the top of my headrest. I think I would have called a flight attendant. I had gone to the bathroom and been like, dude, check out aisle 4b, like this is a problem. Then I would have gone back and had her come back and say, sir, what are you doing with your feet? And I would have been like, oh, whoa, that's crazy. No, the level of disrespect was so high, like, I know you don't have your feet on the back of my -- you didn't have even the nerve to wash your feet before you put them up here. You got to be out of your mind. I wouldn't have said it. I would have just looked between the seat like, okay, look in my eyes. You know what I'm telling you. And if that didn't work and if I asked you and you left your feet up there, then we got a problem because when they land that flight, you be walking like that. Because I'm going to break your ankles. Just saying. Michael! Michael took it to the street. I'm giving you levels to move your feet. Yeah, seriously. I cannot stand -- I can't stand other people's feet on a seat. Oh honey. Or when you're driving down street and they got them up on the dash. It's not even my car and I'm like, that's just nasty. I put my feet on the dashboard. You put your feet on the dashboard? Mm-hmm. That's why you will not be riding with me.

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