Let love be without hypocrisy. Abhor what is evil; cling to what is good.
Envision a room divided up into six cubicles. The walls are about six feet high — enough for visual privacy, but auditory privacy is nonexistent. Suppose you, sitting in your little 5’x5’ space one day, hear a coworker break some serious wind in a cube nearby. What would etiquette dictate that the coworker do, and what would you do?
Similarly, what if the coworker stood there talking to you and did the same thing? Would politeness oblige you to ignore the noxious scent and unmistakable sound?
…and no, thank goodness, I have not encountered this in person yet.