mateo wrote:Well, chi chi, thanks.
The problem is not that a feeble old woman gets to the head of the line before me.
The problem is that I see 50/60-something women with attitudes doing whatever they feel they deserve, and doing it with no regard for anyone else.
A little old lady with a cane is not my idea of a problem. I'd be happy to pick her up and carry her if she wanted.
It's right that people misuse the attention preferido but it's only a small number.
The wheelchair service in airport in the US is also popular with some people as it's the only way to avoid the long lines at US immigration.
I flew to Washington in August. An around 60 year old woman bumped into me, pushed me aside at Lima airport duty free shop as she was rushing to be able to buy duty free before the flight.
The samen woman was sitting at the same row as me at the window seat. I sat at the aisle seat. At least 7 times, she woke me up as she wanted to go to the toilet. Although the toilet was at the other side of the aircraft, she was always back in minutes.
...upon arrival in Dulles airport, I left the aircraft before her. But saw her in a wheelchair passing US immigration. Whilst I was standing for 2 hours in line to get my passport stamped.