The quiet car is a sacred space. You pay extra for some peace of mind, so if someone refuses to use headphones on a video — how far are you allowed to go for retribution and justice? On Reddit, two friends are debating that very question. OP writes:
'AITA for invading someone’s personal space?'
Not a serious or life altering situation. For context, I (33f) live in the UK. We have quiet sections on trains and I booked my ticket specifically so I could do work on a table in the quiet section on my laptop. My friend Lea (34f) sat opposite me.
A man (40s/50s) was sat next to me and about 15 minutes into the journey, starts watching Friends out loud on his iPad. I put my headphones in but it was loud enough that I could still hear it.