Airplane passenger Wendi Williams hit the headlines when her video of a man continuously pushing the back of her seat after she had reclined it went viral.
Whilst on an airplane, Wendi decided to recline her seat due to problems with her neck and spine. The man behind her asked her to put the chair up whilst he ate his food, which she agreed to, but once he was finished Wendi reclined her chair once again.
After reclining for the second time, Wendi said, 'There was no conversation, he just started punching, not what you see in the video, but full on punching to where I was flying forward.'
Wendi decided to film him in an attempt to encourage him to stop, but to her shock the man continued. When asked by Phil if it had become a 'battle of wills', Wendi explained why she didn't put her seat up: "It wasn't even something I thought about, I just wanted him to stop."
The video of the man pushing Wendi's chair is over six minutes long. Once Wendi stopped filming, a flight attendant, who Wendi describes as being unsympathetic, gave her a passenger disturbance notice.
Passenger disturbance notices are given to people who are thought to be breaking the in-flight rules. The note Wendi received read: 'You should immediately cease your behaviour if you wish to avoid prosecution and your removal from this airline at the point of your next arrival.'
The man’s behaviour was extreme - but do you think it's right to recline your seat in the first place?
You may think that we can no longer vote in European elections, but you’re wrong! The European Tree of the Year competition is open for votes until Saturday 29 February, and there’s a UK nominee.
The Allerton Oak is over 500 years old and grows in Liverpool's Calderstones Park.
We’ve sent Alison to meet The Allerton Oak, and find out about its history and why it should win the ‘Eurovision of trees’.
From The Rock to Mariah Carey, Alison Hammond really has interviewed some of Hollywood's biggest stars. However, through the power of the tree whisperer Holly Worton, this might just be one of her most iconic interviews yet!
He’s a pro with a frying pan, and today Ainsley Harriott is showing you how to master yours.
Ainsley helps us have a delicious Pancake Day with his quick and simple recipe, but can he flip them to perfection? We’ll be putting his skills to the test as he joins Phillip and Holly in trying to beat the World Record for the highest pancake flip... a casual 31ft high!
Are the 'dad' trainers really back? Are you ever too old to wear a high top? And how do you keep your white sneakers dazzling?
From platforms to plimsoles; Rochelle is here to prove trainers aren't just for the gym!
A hotel in Tenerife used by British package firms is on lockdown after an Italian guest tested positive for COVID-19 virus, Spanish health officials have said.
The Canary Islands' president confirmed a man, believed to be a doctor, who had been staying at the H10 Costa Adeje Palace hotel in the south of Tenerife, was being kept in isolation following testing positive for the virus.
Spanish news media report nearly 1,000 tourists are staying at the complex. All guests have been told to stay in their rooms in a letter sent to them by hotel managers.
So with Italy in lockdown and China in chaos, is now the time to panic over the coronavirus crisis?
Today Health Secretary Matt Hancock is live in the studio to tell us what the government is doing to keep us safe.
He joins us alongside virologist Dr Simon Clarke, who says we shouldn’t be keeping our children off school, and our travel expert Simon Calder who doesn’t believe we should cancel our weekend getaways in Italy.
It’s been likened to both alcoholism and drug-abuse, and research by market research company Savanta shows computer game addiction is on the rise - something Lysa Martin knows all too well. Mum Lysa has watched four of her sons succumb to the condition, and doesn’t know where to turn.
Her sons will wake up in the night to play games, become aggressive, and even hyperventilate when their games are taken away. Lysa’s eldest son Romario says the desire to get to the next level on any given game is what keeps him going. But could help finally be at hand?
Pancake Day is one of the most delicious and indulgent days of the year, but what’s your topping of choice, and what does it say about you? Take a look below.
Lemon and sugar
No outlandish suggestions for you. You’re reliable, humble, and resistant to change.
You love pancakes too much to mess around with all those nonsense newfangled toppings – and believe classic is always best.
A rule-breaker and a trend-setter - you’re obviously the cool kid in your group.
Easily excitable and super passionate – you don’t waste your time on anything mundane or boring.
If you’re going to eat pancakes, you’re going to get straight down to business.
You like letting your hair down and having fun with friends – in fact you’re the life and soul of the party and believe life is about living it to the max.
Ice cream / sprinkles/ anything goes
No matter how old you are, you’ll always be a child at heart.
You’re super laid back and don’t like making plans, meaning you often act spontaneously.
Your life is often drama filled, but you live by the motto, ‘go hard or go home’.
You like to be set apart from the crowd and definitely don’t conform to stereotypes.
You’re open-minded, happy to take risks and will always be open to new experiences.
Most of all, you’re confident in your own skin and aren’t afraid to stick up for yourself.