Regular readers know I’m not a fan of see passengers’ feet on a plane. I especially think it’s never a good idea to go into the lavatory with bare feet. But I don’t want to see feet on the bulkhead. The worst was a passenger clipping their toenails during diner service.
I regularly see bare feet in domestic first class.
And in international first class, too.
But bare or not, I don’t really think feet belong on the bulkhead.
Via Phil M., here’s a Rorschach test of sorts to test what you think of feet on a bulkhead:
Does this raise or lower the status of passengers putting their feet up on the bulkhead?