A man has garnered criticism online after revealing how he upgraded himself to business class for a 12 hour flight to Japan but left his wife sitting back in economy. They first bought tickets together for the trip, but he had the option to upgrade due to miles, so he did. When his wife wanted him to change back to economy to sit with her, he said she was just jealous and that it shouldn't matter if they sat together. He posted the story to Reddit, seeking some affirmation after his wife told them that he was rude to choose business class over being with her. However, public opinion apparently surprised him with many people commenting that his oblivious selfishness and lapse in judgement could not even be countered by upgrading his wife's ticket now. (Newsweek)
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