Frankly, I am not that sure. At least there is a pretty broad audience and some members of it may get the message. If what you "reported" is really unsocial you will also get pretty overwhelming support.rajagainstthemachine wrote:people seem to think the way to "shame someone publicly" is to take their picture and upload it somewhere..lost in the midst of trillions of other shamed pics, where shamed person isn't going to see it, the shamer thinks he's scored a point, in the end nobody gives a fish tit.x9200 wrote:What's wrong in shaming an AH? People may have different reasons but I guess nobody suggested to shame an old handicapped lady.
Now compare this to the situation when you confront such AH and pretty sure all your fellow passengers will prefer to stay out of the situation, because as we all know it is just convenient to be that way. You may end up with something opposite you intended to achieve.
I am not saying you should not react, unfortunately I do it all the time (remember, I ride a motorbike in Singapore, plenty of AHs every single day) and I don't post anything on-line, but for the sake of argument, I think posting it to STOMP could be actually more effective.
BTW and @SE post, I drink as much so I don't need to leave my place if I happen to occupy a middle or window seat.