Woman forced to sit next to passenger's bare feet on flight

Jasmine Mays hilarious reaction has gone viral

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Credits: Jasmine Mays / Facebook

There are lots of frustrating things about long-haul flights, from bad aeroplane food, to long queues, and stuffy plane cabins.

But this woman may have had one of the most unpleasant experiences, when the passenger behind put her feet up next to her.

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Jasmine Mays hilarious reaction to seeing the red-toed feet slide up next to her has gone viral since she posted it on Facebook .

She started filming the feet on the side of the cabin next to her, and her grossed out face as she looked at them.

Credits: Jasmine Mays / Facebook

Jasmine May found herself sharing the armrest with her neighbour's feet

Credits: Jasmine Mays / Facebook

The video shows how personal space was definitely invaded

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The video has been viewed more than 18million times, with tens of thousands of shares and comments.

One viewer commented: "I think my elbow would "accidentally" smash out on those toes. She'd likely remove them quickly..."

Another asked: "Has the owner of these feet come forward yet?"

Several people said the incident was 'disrespectful' and hoped that Ms Mays said something to the person behind her.

Credits: Jasmine Mays / Facebook

She was clearly horrified by what was happening

Credits: Jasmine Mays / Facebook

The Nevada Zumba instructor's expressions went viral as people sympathised with her

Credits: Jasmine Mays / Facebook

She filmed the incident and her facial expressions went viral

Ms Mays didn't say where she was flying from or to, so it's not clear how long she might have had to put up with this in a worst case scenario.

But she made it clear she was not enjoying the experience as she grimaced each time she flashed the camera to herself in her video.

Ms Mays is a Zumba teacher in Las Vegas.

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