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Flight attendant rails on passengers who pick their nose — and worse: ‘We know what a fart smells like’

Fed-up North Carolina flight attendant Taryn Milhouse is raising a stink about the most revolting traveler habits, which include nose-picking, blowing one's nose, and even farting inflight.
Fed-up North Carolina flight attendant Taryn Milhouse is raising a stink about the most revolting traveler habits, which include nose-picking, blowing one's nose, and even farting inflight.

She’s had many a bad air day.

Fed-up North Carolina flight attendant Taryn Milhouse is raising a stink about the most revolting traveler habits, which include nose-picking, blowing one’s nose — and even farting inflight. kasto – stock.adobe.com
Fed-up North Carolina flight attendant Taryn Milhouse is raising a stink about the most revolting traveler habits, which include nose-picking, blowing one’s nose — and even farting inflight. kasto – stock.adobe.com

It’s no secret that certain passengers behave like barbarians in the sky. Now, a fed-up North Carolina flight attendant is raising a stink about revolting traveler habits, which include nose-picking, blowing one’s nose — and even farting inflight.

“If I tell y’all the stuff I see grown adults do, you wouldn’t believe me!” declared Taryn Milhouse, 28, in the caption to her PSA, which boasts over 60,000 views online.

The flight attendant, who reportedly works for American Airlines, frequently uploads videos documenting her time in the friendly skies.

Unfortunately, as her latest clip proves, working on an airplane isn’t always a breeze, especially when passengers are breaking wind in the cabin.

“If you have to pass gas, go to the bathroom,” Milhouse declares while describing hitting a patch of tummy turbulence. “We know what a fart smells like. We don’t want to have to walk through your fart air.”

Interestingly, this runs counter to advice given by some medical experts, who encourage passengers to let ‘er rip, as flying can increase flatulence due to changes in pressure.

Another one of her passenger pet peeves? Nose picking.

“If you have to dig in your nose, go to the bathroom and use tissue,” said Milhouse. “We don’t want to be around you picking your nose.”

“If you have to dig in your nose go to the bathroom and use tissue,” said Milhouse. TikTok/tarynonajourney
“If you have to dig in your nose go to the bathroom and use tissue,” said Milhouse. TikTok/tarynonajourney

Blowing one’s nose in the cabin is also frowned upon, per the PSA.

“We don’t want to hear you blow your nose while we are in a closed, tight environment,” declared Milhouse, who — echoing Sonny from the 1993 film “A Bronx Tale” — wants them to take it to the bathroom as well.

The Post reached out to Milhouse for comment.

Interestingly, this latter commandment was seen as overkill by viewers who were otherwise on board with her airplane etiquette lesson.

“I am not going to the bathroom to blow my nose. I will go to pass gas,” critiqued one indignant commenter.

Another wrote, “Blowing your nose is normal. You don’t like the sound of it, why are you working on a metal tube?”

“Lady please, if my nose need blowing, that’s my business, not yours,” declared a third.

Still, most flyers seemed to agree with the overall premise of her video.

“Thank you for this PSA because people don’t have common decency,” said one defender, to which Milhouse replied, “They don’t.”