Leif Parsons
By Travel + Leisure
January 15, 2015

Airport vigilantes have lately been calling out rude conduct on social media—from bare feet and nose-picking (#PassengerShaming) to too-big bags (#CarryonShame). But there’s more boorish behavior in search of a hashtag. Travel vulgarians, we’re talking to you.

Eiffel Tower, Angkor Wat, Machu Picchu: do you have to do a tree pose in front of every famous monument you see?

Have some respect for the natural order when exiting a plane. We’re going to spot you waiting at baggage claim anyway.

To the hotel guest who rises before dawn to claim multiple lounges at the pool: you’re on vacation! Sleep in!

Yes, the TSA rules on liquids apply to you—and the massive bottle of body lotion you apparently can’t live without.

Go ahead, please dominate the gate charging station with your phone, tablet, e-reader, and laptop.

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