Yes I'm sorry to say that this behaviour is again raising it's ugly head and the general public are returning or adopting to behaviour that was common pre 9/11. There definitely was a period post 9/11 and the few years after that saw many airline collapses when there was remarkable change in attitude to flying and respect for the flying crew however many passengers seem to have become complacent and are again directing grievances and abuse to airline crew and many campaigns against "air rage" seem to have ceased. Many airlines have adopted strict policies now but passengers are again returning to taking frustrations out on cabin crew. I have witnessed several yellings and verbal abuse at crew, non compliance of directions and complete disregard to instruction. We seem to have forgotten yet again where we are when we fly by plane. Remember, airlines don't waste money to train crew for 8 weeks then twice yearly every year to just serve coffee, that person serving you is trained to save your life in the air where no other help is available be it a heart attack (much more common than you think), provide you comfort during an epeliptic fit, help you through a diabetes episode, even to just comfort you when feeling unwell. Also to deal with incidents beyond anyones control if it was to happen. Respect for Flight Attendants seems to have been lost again. Many lives have been saved due to the quick actions of Flight Attendants in flight where no other assistance has been available. On a recent flight the flight attendants dragged a passenger into the aisle and began working on him, he wasn't well. Two rows back the passengers asked the flight attendants for more drinks, I have never been so disappointed in humanity and experienced such selfishness and then for the rest of the cabin to complain they didn't get breakfast. What have we become? To witness this behaviour was embarassing. I don't know what happened to the guy, paramedics came on board but the crew were amazing and obviously did what they could. Unbelievable selfish response from fellow passengers and complete admiration to the crew on that flight.