BERLIN, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 27: A retrofitted Lufthansa plane equipped with medical isolation facilities for Ebola cases arrives for a media presentation at Tegel airport on November 27, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. The airplane, dubbed the "Robert Koch" and commisoned by the German government, will serve as a MedEvac option for health workers who are in western Africa participating in the international effort to stem the spread of the deadly Ebola virus. The German Red Cross (DRK), emergency services group (THW) and the Bundeswehr have sent volunteers to treat ebola cases in Liberia and Sierra Leone. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

No one really wants to take the middle seat on a flight. But to make up for getting sandwiched between two people, at least you can grab both armrests.  Right? In a debate that started raging late last week, internet commentators are arguing for and against on the position of “does the person sitting in the middle seat on airplane get both armrests?”

Listing his “Plane etiquette rules,” Dylan Connolly claims that the perk should be allowed since window seaters have that to lean on while aisle seaters get extra stretching room.

In a now-closed Twitter poll, the New York Post says the “No Way” votes just edged out the “Definitely” camp.