In a recent incident that caught the attention of commuters, a student was seen hanging a dripping wet shirt inside a bus. The incident serves as a poignant reminder that education alone cannot shield individuals from the challenges they face in their daily lives.
The incident unfolded when a young student, clad in a school uniform, entered a crowded bus. The heavy rain outside had left the student soaked, and without any other option, they decided to hang their wet shirt on a nearby railing inside the bus. This act drew curious glances and sparked conversations among fellow passengers.
Here are what netizens think:
- If the clothing belongs to the boy. He had studied in vain. He forgotten what’s taught in civic & moral education.
- Very inconsiderate! Public buses served old and handicap too. The wet floors may be slippery for these passengers! Wake up lah numbskulls.
- It’s ok. These are the FTs that SG is bringing in. Without them SG and Singaporeans will collapse.
- The government should put a dry clothes machine inside the bus … Can make money
- Airing one’s (dirty?) Laundry in a bus – not in public this time round ..
- I can sense the smell emanating from that shirt.
- The bus captain must able to react to all these situations. They must immediately stop the bus and call the police . And these clothes must be remove by police together with the owner.
- And its still water dripping wet. Won’t it be slippery to cause a passengerto slip and fall down. Then again why was the bus Captain not concerned? Why call the bus drivers as Captains?In that case, why don’t we classify drivers as ‘bus drivers’ and not bus Captains whom has no other responsibilities but to just drive the bus. The name Captains dies not fit them.
- Free air con blower from one points to another points.In future hang your G strings in the public bus.
- Everyone better watch n learn well from our talented genius scholars of. Hopefully can see more of these talents on buses showing off their boat power…