In general, it is inappropriate to touch other passengers on purpose. If you should accidentally bump into someone with you baggage or parts of your person, immediately apologize for invading their personal space.
Always respect the personal space of the other passengers. Imagine an invisible buffer zone that extends about a foot from the person in all directions and keep out of that area. See where to stand, 2g.
If you board an elevator with your significant other, keep touching limited to hand-holding. Do not engage in a public display of affection while there are other passengers present. Intimate recreation in an empty elevator is discouraged, and should be conducted at your own risk. Other people do not want to see you in a compromising position when the doors open. Never use the emergency stop button for the purpose of having a private moment – there are plenty of places where you can get privacy without inconveniencing others.
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