We'll start out by saying that airport telephone conversations are kind of okay in the realm of public cell phone use. The space is large, and you probably do need to call someone during your travels for planning purposes? But still, Greg Benson's idea is a great one when it comes putting a stop to loud, public cellphone calls. We'd like to see this tactical maneuver used in elevators, elevated subways, movie theaters, the bus, restaurants, and wherever else your phone call is personally invading our space. Basically, Benson simply positions himself next to the cellphone etiquette violator, pulls out his own phone, and starts responding to whatever they're saying to the person on the other end of their own line. Just watch:
Video: How To Stop Someone's Loud, Public Cellphone Conversation
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