All Photography is Prohibited On-Board the Aircraft
Picture this: what if you were threatened by a flight attendant to delete photographs you took of your feet on-board an aircraft? What if a flight attendant ran up to a Transportation Security Administration, or TSA, agent at customs upon arrival and reported you for taking photography, implying that you did so in the terminal area even though you did no such thing?
This scenario is allegedly what happened to FlyerTalk member BobbySteel after reportedly getting his feet run over at least twice by a beverage cart and being denied the extra legroom because of said beverage cart while seated in row 31 aboard an American Airlines Boeing 777 aircraft. As a result, he took a photo of his own area 24 inches from the seat.
What should BobbySteel do about this situation, if anything?