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Travel Delta passenger's MacBook screen is destroyed after the person in front of him reclines their seat and crushes his laptop, as the controversy about proper in-flight etiquette continues

02:40  29 february  2020
02:40  29 february  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Screen of his MacBook Pro was shattered by reclining seat aboard Delta flight . Tweet went viral, generating more than 4,500 likes and nearly 400 retweets. Mackrill wrote that the person in front of him reclined and his laptop was caught in the angle. MacKrill said that Apple Care made sure to

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A Delta Airlines passenger found out the hard way what happens when trying to use a laptop in coach and the person in front of you decided to recline their seat.

a screenshot of a cell phone: Cassidy tweeted: ‘@Delta small note for the suggestion box, maybe have a little warning sign or someway to prevent my laptop from being destroyed when the person in front of me reclines their seat.’ © Provided by Daily Mail Cassidy tweeted: ‘@Delta small note for the suggestion box, maybe have a little warning sign or someway to prevent my laptop from being destroyed when the person in front of me reclines their seat.’ Pat Cassidy posted a photograph on his Twitter account showing his smashed-up MacBook Pro laptop.

The screen is shattered and only partially working after Cassidy wrote that the passenger in front of him decided to lean back with the reclining seat aboard a Delta flight on Wednesday.

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“This other passenger got out of his seat and whacked that woman’ s seat who did that to his mother three or four times.” The Knee Defender was invented back in 2003; and it is designed to prevent the passenger in front of you from reclining his or her seat and impeding upon your personal space.

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a screen shot of an open laptop computer sitting on top of a table: Pat Cassidy posted a photo on Twitter showing the cracked screen of his MacBook Pro © Provided by Daily Mail Pat Cassidy posted a photo on Twitter showing the cracked screen of his MacBook Pro Cassidy tweeted: ‘@Delta small note for the suggestion box, maybe have a little warning sign or someway to prevent my laptop from being destroyed when the person in front of me reclines their seat.’

To add insult to injury, Cassidy wrote that the flight attendant didn’t show him much empathy.

‘I really appreciate that your flight attendant came over to tell me that the passenger in front of me “needs to be able to recline” and then asked him “if he was okay?” as if your seat hadn’t just ruined my livelihood,’ he wrote.

He then tweeted sarcastically: ‘@Delta Silver Medallion Member here, how many SkyMiles is a brand new MacBook Pro?’

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In addition, if the person in front asks if I mind them reclining I discreetly remove the knee I’ve had airline personnel inspect the seat after the person sitting in front of me complained it wouldn’t About four hours into the flight , I fell into an almost-sleep (about the best I can manage on a plane)

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Cassidy then tweeted: ‘@Delta let me know who I can email about this? You’ll know it’s me because the bottom of the email will read “sent from my iPhone”.’

a screenshot of a cell phone: Mackrill wrote that the person in front of him reclined and his laptop was caught in the angle © Provided by Daily Mail Mackrill wrote that the person in front of him reclined and his laptop was caught in the angle a screenshot of a cell phone: MacKrill said that Apple Care made sure to replace his MacBook Pro free of charge © Provided by Daily Mail MacKrill said that Apple Care made sure to replace his MacBook Pro free of charge

The tweet went viral, generating more than 4,500 likes and nearly 400 retweets.

In the comments thread, Twitter users wondered if Cassidy brought the broken laptop on board and then photographed it later in order to coax the airline into paying for a new MacBook Pro.

In response, Jud MacKrill posted a photo from last October of his own busted MacBook Pro whose screen was also shattered thanks to a reclining chair in front of him.

MacKrill said that Apple Care made sure to replace his MacBook Pro free of charge.

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Similarly, the right of the person to recline their seat should end at the point where their seat enters my space. I even had one computer screen bent when the person in front of me slammed their seat back, trapping the upper edge of the display in the space where the table had been.

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DailyMail.com has reached out to Apple and Delta to see if the companies plan on doing the same for Cassidy.

Earlier this month, the nation was captivated by a controversy over in-flight etiquette surrounding reclining chairs.

A female passenger filmed a man punching the back of her reclining seat aboard an American Airlines flight.

Wendi Williams filmed the man, who has not yet been identified despite her public pleas for him to be named, pummeling the back of her seat during their flight from New Orleans to Charlotte.

a person looking at the camera: Williams has divided social media after shaming a fellow traveler who she claimed repeatedly punched her seat when she reclined it © Provided by Daily Mail Williams has divided social media after shaming a fellow traveler who she claimed repeatedly punched her seat when she reclined it a man and a woman taking a selfie in a car: The clip was filmed on a flight from New Orleans to Charlotte © Provided by Daily Mail The clip was filmed on a flight from New Orleans to Charlotte

She had reclined her chair but his did not have the option to recline. He was angry so, she said, decided to repeatedly hit her chair to prove his point.

She says she tried to get the flight attendant's attention but couldn't so took out her camera phone to film him.

The video sparked a huge debate on social media about whether it's ever okay to recline your seat in the first place, but Wendi claims that when she first reclined her seat, the man asked her to put it back up while he ate - and she complied.

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