Woman loses it on fellow Brampton bus commuters for lack of etiquette
The bus can be a tough place to be after a long day, especially when it's packed wall-to-wall with people.
Video footage captured yesterday shows a woman yelling at fellow passengers of a Züm bus in Brampton, to the chagrin of everyone else on the vehicle.
The video starts with a woman, dressed in a Canada Goose jacket, visibly distressed, shouting at the top of her lungs at some people standing by the buses back entrance.
"Which one of you is going to be a gentleman, show me," she yells repeatedly.
"You have the space to move. Why? Why are you not moving? Why are you not being a gentleman to me?"
I'm not sure of the context, is it that she expects someone to give up their seat or she couldn't get past someone? Either way, perhaps a switch to decaf is in order— Al Grant (@MrAlGrant) February 11, 2019
It's hard to watch, and it's quite evident that her intensity is unwarranted for the situation, especially since another woman can be seen walking by the people 'blocking' the door with ease.
I really think she needs help because this level of expression is indicative of something else going on. Sadly. I understand frustration, but one doesn't go around acting like that.— Jackie Psarianos (@JackiePsarianos) February 11, 2019
That being said, there's plenty of people on social media who can relate to her frustration, especially frequent riders of Züm and the TTC.
Perhaps this woman just reached her breaking point 🤷🏼♀️ as a daily commuter on TTC I can say that people don’t have any manners left, not removing backpacks, shoving people, not giving seats to the elderly and expectant mothers. Perhaps this lady has had enough— Vee (@Vee_090) February 11, 2019
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