New Delhi: Days after a video of a man punching a reclined seat of a woman sitting in front of him went viral in the US, the Ministry of Civil Aviation in India shared ‘etiquette of flying’ and asked passengers to be ‘considerate of other people’s space’. Also Read - WWE WrestleMania 36, Day 2 Full Results: Drew McIntye Overcomes Brock Lesnar To Win WWE Championship

With hashtags #BeAResponsibleTraveller and #EtiquettesOfFlying, the Ministry of Civil Aviation on Saturday tweeted,”A little bit of basic good manners and respect are always worth a thumbs up.  Your seat is not a sleeper berth. Don’t be inconsiderate of other people’s space.” Also Read - Kannada Star Sharmiela Mandre Booked For Rash Driving Amid Coronavirus Outbreak



Furthermore, the ministry advised passengers, “With the limited space you have, if you must recline, do it carefully. Always think about the people around you because no one wants your head in their laps.”



Earlier on Friday, the ministry had urged travelers to be considerate of the cabin storage space. “Don’t be a binhog, be a responsible traveller and travel smart,” the ministry wrote on the micro-blogging site.

These advisories came after an American Airlines passenger posted a video of a man punching the back of her reclined seat.

“Here’s a great jackhole! He was angry that I reclined my seat and punched it about 9 times – HARD, at which point I began videoing him, and he resigned to this behaviour. The other jackhole is the AmericanAir flight attendant who reprimanded me and offered him (a complimentary) rum!”, the woman wrote along with the video, that went viral on the social media.