‘Las Culturistas’ podcast co-host Matt Rogers brought up Behar’s airplane etiquette during Wednesday’s episode
Joy Behar is being put on the spot for her controversial airplane etiquette.
During Wednesday’s episode of The View, comedian Matt Rogers recalled a hilarious memory of when he was on the same flight back from the Bahamas as some of the ABC talk show’s hosts. The Las Culturistas podcast co-host sat down with Behar, Sunny Hostin, Sara Haines, Alyssa Farah Griffin and Whoopi Goldberg to tell the funny tale.
“You guys were in the first row,” Rogers says before turning to Behar, “You were barefoot on that plane.”
“Shut up,” she responds. “Don’t tell people that.” The camera then pans over to Haines, whose mouth is wide open in shock.
Rogers adds, “I said I respect it,” and Behar then states defensively, “I wasn’t walking around though.”
Hostin chimes in, “No, she wasn’t walking around, but I was seated next to her and you did take your shoes off.”
“So what?” Behar asks. Rogers then tells her it was a “power move,” followed by Goldberg adding in her two cents: “This is why I don’t hang out with them."
The topic of whether it’s acceptable for passengers to take off their shoes on planes has been a continual heated debate in the travel realm. In September, PEOPLE chatted with writer and adviser Nicole Campoy Jackson of Fora Travel to get an expert opinion on what the proper etiquette is.
“I'm a firm believer in covered feet on a flight. If that's shoes, great. If that's socks, great,” Jackson says. “But no one should have bare feet on a plane. If you've worn sandals to the airport, bring a pair of socks with you for the flight.”
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She also shared her take on another conflicting subject among travelers — whether passengers should be allowed to recline their seat or not.
“I'm not in the no-reclining school of thought, but I think we can recline with courtesy and understanding that we're all in tight quarters. After you've taken off, take a glance at the person behind you before you recline,” Jackson advised.
She continued, “If their laptop is out or they have a drink on the table, now is not a great time to recline and it certainly wouldn't be okay to do so without giving them a head's up. During mealtimes, definitely bring your seat back up if you have reclined it.”
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