Last week, we issued Air Law 12, in which the indiscriminate bogarting of both electrical outlets by a single user was banned.
And, on Thursday, as I roamed DTW looking for juice, I was overjoyed to find not a single self-absorbed traveler double-plugged.
What I did find were clueless travelers sitting in the seats next to electrical outlets with absolutely no hardware to recharge. Eatin' nachos. Readin' books. Takin' up space.
Not just at a few gates...but the ENTIRE C Concourse.
AIR LAW 13: It is hereby forbidden for any air traveler to sit in a seat next to an electrical outlet if they do not have a device requiring a charge.
Of course, those people probably don't have mobile phones or laptops and, thus, don't read this blog.
However, ignorance of an Air Law is no defense...and Air Law Marshalls are hereby authorized to use cattle prods or tasers to dislodge these non-juice seeking travelers.