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Reclining just bad manners.

Reclining in an airline seat so you squash those behind is the height of flight bad manners, it was revealed yesterday.

This lack of consideration was voted the worst action on a plane by 37 per cent of those polled by Cheapflights.co.uk.

The next least popular passenger move was kicking the traveller sitting in front, which got the goat of 28 per cent of those surveyed.

The next biggest bugbear - voted by nine per cent - was drinking too much and displaying drunken behaviour.

Other dislikes included stray elbows digging into a neighbour, constant chattering and excess luggage.
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