The baby's grandmother was left "crushed" by the decision, but the new mom insisted it was the right one for her "fussy" baby.
"Thinking back, they probably wouldn't have put a real transplant organ next to me, but it's still a cool thought," the woman told Newsweek.
An expert told Newsweek that the man "could've engaged in some more problem-solving conversations with the female if he was unwilling to give up his seat."
"I would never let an airline just choose for me which city I'm going to," the passenger told Newsweek.
Trapper the golden retriever's owner told Newsweek: "He loves everyone."
Paul Marks, who was on the 50-minute flight told Newsweek that "the pitch and volume would change randomly at different times, which made it become worrying."
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Airline pilot Gary Baumgardner told Newsweek that one of the most misunderstood aspects about his profession is that planes "fly themselves."
One user commented under the video with almost 2 million views: "I'm so happy they took him back to safe land."
Dr. Valerie Ulene told Newsweek, "staying well hydrated when you fly is important, especially on longer flights."
"Everyone assumed they were mine and added stress via glares/comments while I was dealing with my own stressors," the exasperated passenger said online.
Several TikTok users were amused by the scene portrayed in the viral clip, with one writing the damage will "buff out."
Mike Smith said Delta may have canceled his wife's booking—and that of 100 passengers—because of an "incorrect note" linked to a cancellation.
The journey has baffled many social media users, with one person writing: "They always talk about Europe's rail system being superior, but this is next level!"
The mistake has amused millions of social-media users, with one person commenting, "This is going to make such a good story for years to come!"
"It was like watching a scene from a nature documentary unfold right in front of me," the Vestals told Newsweek.
The viral video boasts almost 400,000 views, and many users wrote that they can't wait to try the ingenious hack.
The latest viral post has sparked debate among users on TikTok, with one writing these New York City apartments "all make a jail cell look better."
Several TikTok users were impressed by the dog's escape in the latest viral clip, while some were concerned.
Some TikTok users found the tip in the viral clip to be "handy," while others were not impressed, with one writing "my eyes do this for me."