Couple leave cinemagoers horrified after putting up their bare feet for the whole movie

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By Asiya Ali

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Social media users have been left disgusted after witnessing a couple put their bare feet up during a movie viewing.

If you've always thought that the most annoying cinemagoers are the ones who talk throughout the entire film or eat their popcorn excessively loud - then think again.

One TikTok user Timothy Entwistle - who goes by the handle @timothyentwistle - shocked fans after sharing footage of a couple from Queensland, Australia's horror behavior at his local Event Cinemas in Toowoomba.

"POV: You have a premium luxury cinema experience in Australia," he captioned the clip, zooming in on the couple and row of people who have their hoofs out.

Watch the TikTok below:

Towards the end of the clip, Entwistle asked viewers an important question, stating: "Gamers, tell me if you go shoes on or shoes off because this is a pro-Australia move."

The TikToker reiterated it in the caption, writing: "Should you at least wait until the lights go down?", sparking a flurry of responses in the comment section.

One user revealed: "Shoes off but... f** people! SOCKS," while another shared a similar answer: "Shoes off but with socks and a blankie."

A third user quipped: "If theres no one in front of me I feel like it’s my duty to let my puppies breath," and, a fourth added: "Shoes are on going in, then off when the movie starts."

Meanwhile, some viewers called out the couple's behavior, with one person saying: "I'm from QLD and I find it gross. Take your gross trotters and put your shoes on."

A second user chimed in: "This why I don’t go to the movies who tf wants to have someone’s feet in [their] side view," with a third stating: "Yeah no you get kicked out for that shoes stay on disgusting."

"I stay home so I don't have to look or smell ppls feet," someone else noted.

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The TikTok video follows a viral Reddit post about a man's horrendous experience at the theatre.

Taking to the subreddit forum r/mildlyinfuriating, the user shared a picture of a person's bare feet exposed - toes and all - as they sat on the seat behind and pushed it through the gaps. They explained in the caption: "Had to sit in different seats at the theater [sic] because this is what we found in the seats we had reserved."

Since sharing the photo, over 36K people flocked to the comments to discuss the matter. One user slammed: "We gotta stop letting people feel entitled to their bulls***. They’re your seats, tell them to move their nasty dogs, if they don’t, get a manager to do it for you."

A second user criticized: "This is why a small spray bottle of disinfectant is useful. Politely ask her to move her feet, then spray the sh** out of the seat right in front of her. She'll get the idea." A third added: "I would just f****in yell at them aint no way I'm gonna let someone get away with that bulls***."

What would you do in this situation?

Featured image credit: Yangyang / Getty

Couple leave cinemagoers horrified after putting up their bare feet for the whole movie

vt-author-image

By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

Social media users have been left disgusted after witnessing a couple put their bare feet up during a movie viewing.

If you've always thought that the most annoying cinemagoers are the ones who talk throughout the entire film or eat their popcorn excessively loud - then think again.

One TikTok user Timothy Entwistle - who goes by the handle @timothyentwistle - shocked fans after sharing footage of a couple from Queensland, Australia's horror behavior at his local Event Cinemas in Toowoomba.

"POV: You have a premium luxury cinema experience in Australia," he captioned the clip, zooming in on the couple and row of people who have their hoofs out.

Watch the TikTok below:

Towards the end of the clip, Entwistle asked viewers an important question, stating: "Gamers, tell me if you go shoes on or shoes off because this is a pro-Australia move."

The TikToker reiterated it in the caption, writing: "Should you at least wait until the lights go down?", sparking a flurry of responses in the comment section.

One user revealed: "Shoes off but... f** people! SOCKS," while another shared a similar answer: "Shoes off but with socks and a blankie."

A third user quipped: "If theres no one in front of me I feel like it’s my duty to let my puppies breath," and, a fourth added: "Shoes are on going in, then off when the movie starts."

Meanwhile, some viewers called out the couple's behavior, with one person saying: "I'm from QLD and I find it gross. Take your gross trotters and put your shoes on."

A second user chimed in: "This why I don’t go to the movies who tf wants to have someone’s feet in [their] side view," with a third stating: "Yeah no you get kicked out for that shoes stay on disgusting."

"I stay home so I don't have to look or smell ppls feet," someone else noted.

cinema
Credit: Photo by Laura Kalcheff / Getty

The TikTok video follows a viral Reddit post about a man's horrendous experience at the theatre.

Taking to the subreddit forum r/mildlyinfuriating, the user shared a picture of a person's bare feet exposed - toes and all - as they sat on the seat behind and pushed it through the gaps. They explained in the caption: "Had to sit in different seats at the theater [sic] because this is what we found in the seats we had reserved."

Since sharing the photo, over 36K people flocked to the comments to discuss the matter. One user slammed: "We gotta stop letting people feel entitled to their bulls***. They’re your seats, tell them to move their nasty dogs, if they don’t, get a manager to do it for you."

A second user criticized: "This is why a small spray bottle of disinfectant is useful. Politely ask her to move her feet, then spray the sh** out of the seat right in front of her. She'll get the idea." A third added: "I would just f****in yell at them aint no way I'm gonna let someone get away with that bulls***."

What would you do in this situation?

Featured image credit: Yangyang / Getty