Jason Goldberg, founder of trendy online shopping destination Fab.com, really does not like it if you refuse to accept $100 from him when he wants the seat you’re sitting in on an aeroplane.
He recently told his 37,000 followers on Facebook about a passenger on the nine-and-a-half-hour flight from Sweden to the U.S. who refused to let him sit near a colleague:
The post was picked up on Valleywag, which described the offer as a bribe.
Goldberg then returned to Facebook and doubled-down on his position, in a post that suggested that it’s “kinda odd” when people don’t move when he asks them to:
He then went further, with a comment that suggested that because he’s worked so hard — “16+ hour days, 7 days a week, for years on end” — that the attention his behaviour is getting is somehow unwarranted:
We asked Goldberg if he wants to comment further. We’ll update this post if he gets back to us.
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