The incident that a “god” was identified as a female police officer working at the Traffic Police – Order – Quick Reaction Team of Dong Da District, Hanoi City, had a violent act of scolding in the face of a female check-in officer at Tan Son Nhat Airport, Ho Chi Minh City of Vietnam Airlines with vulgar and offensive words that happened recently, which made the public angry.
Before that, the case of two female passengers, one with Vietnamese nationality, one with Korean nationality, fought to the point of “headache” (occurred on August 18) at the baggage claim carousel (Noi Bai airport, Hanoi city) … can be seen as some of the many stories of personal actions, of lack of standard, “ugly” behavior in public places of many people…
I often have domestic business trips on flights and have also witnessed many times with my own eyes the “ugly” scenes of too many “gods”.
The most noticeable thing is that many passengers carelessly interrupt, not queuing at the check-in counter. This not only reveals uncivilized behavior but also the surprise of many foreigners when they come to their country.
Once, traveling on a flight from Noi Bai airport, Hanoi back to Ho Chi Minh City on a Vietnam Airlines flight after a business trip, I met an elegant female passenger. She dragged the red suitcase to her seat and when she saw that the luggage compartment was full of passengers, she expressed anger and shouted with a very condescending look. When the flight attendant came and asked her to bring the luggage upstairs, she definitely refused and questioned with heavy words. Many passengers on the same flight shook their heads in disgust at the arrogant attitude and somewhat rude behavior of this luxurious and beautiful passenger. It turns out that “watch your face to catch the picture” is sometimes not true!
Moreover, on a flight from Van Don airport, Ha Long city, Quang Ninh province to Ho Chi Minh City not long ago, a group of passengers talked loudly and non-stop during an hour of flight, causing people around to “suffer the battle”! Not to mention many passengers still carelessly use their phones and laptops to play games while the flight attendants have also repeatedly asked to turn off all electronic devices on the flight…
And yet, I once witnessed a female passenger at the “check-in” counter before going to the door of a Vietjet Air plane with excess baggage. But instead of paying extra for checked baggage, the guest shouted and pulled out a package of personal luggage and threw it at the check-in staff, saying… “alms to take home to use”!
It can be seen that behaving with culture and courtesy in public are extremely simple things but difficult to do for some people. Many passengers, who seem to always think of themselves as “gods” to force others to obey, are the “diseases” of many Vietnamese people?
How to behave civilly, culturally in public is probably something each person should realize for themselves. And perhaps there must be a punishment enough to deter new hope that the rude and uncultured behavior of the “gods” can be minimized.