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One more reason why you should not travel Economy

Not all of us have the luxury of traveling Business or First Class. Among the many woes of traveling at the back of the bus - smaller seats, cramped leg space, less entertainment - you can now add one more item: neighbour sleeping on your lap! Some of us with children have experienced traveling in an aeroplane with kids sleeping on our laps and drooling - leaving behind embarrassing tell tale signs (No! I didn't do what you think I did!). But what do you do when a grown-up sitting next to you falls asleep and makes herself comfortable on your lap?

One such unlucky passenger recently filmed his neighbour falling asleep on his lap. He made many attempts to nudge her back and only after a dozen attempts did she finally move away - but only to rest on the shoulder of the passenger on her other side.

The video of the incident was uploaded on YouTube and has already racked up over 550,000 views.

Update: the person who uploaded the video on YouTube has now taken it down.

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