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'No moral compass or ethics': Video of moviegoers lounging with feet on front seats goes viral | Trending News

If you're a movie buff, you've probably seen moviegoers resting their feet on the front seats and even having arguments ready if you challenge their behavior. A video is currently doing the rounds on the internet showing several people loitering in a multiplex cinema.

The viral video begins with a person filming several people leaving their feet on the front seats of a PVR multiplex. An X user shared the video and wrote, “I'm watching a movie with a bunch of ANALPHASE+SCUBA+HOPELESS ASSHOLES. @_PVRCinemas @PicturesPVR hire someone and put a stop to this behavior.”

Watch the viral video here:

The video was shared on Monday and infuriated some social media users, with one of them writing, “Indians have no moral compass or ethics!!! It's always about powerful versus innocent and not good versus evil!!” Another user commented, “These people are wondering why only the gold class should have all the fun.”

However, a third user argued: “If it's a recliner, you wouldn't have a problem. If the seat in front of you is empty, people want to relax. I personally wouldn't do that, but I'm not offended. It's fine to relax and watch a movie.”

“This is bad manners, I admit, but you should also consider the stiffness of PVR's seats. Cinepolis has more comfortable seats,” another user responded.

In September 2023, a video of a man secretly smuggling food into a PVR cinema took the internet by storm. The viral video showed the man hiding two bags of chips, a soft drink and wraps in a shoebox.