With the film about to start, our local cinema invites its patrons to relax, sit back and enjoy the show, illustrating this concept with a picture of a young woman whose ponytail is flipped over the back of her seat.
Evidently the cinema approves of this practice. Indeed, they seem to be encouraging it. Nevertheless, it has caused a difference of opinion between myself and Mrs Bangs. Although we’re are agreed that doing this would be wrong on a flight or even on a train journey, both of which involve the need to interact with the back of the seat, we differ on its acceptability in the surroundings of a cinema. One of us say, No, it’s wrong; the other says it wouldn’t bother them.
What do you think?