I agreed to comply, both times, and I told the checkout queque lady that I hoped my $12 purchase would get her a free trip to London.You must've bought a lot.
Mate , have you ever tried to take a shinkasen or metro train in Tokyo during busy hours in the morning and evening. Then you will know and realise nothing compare to what is going on the SG MRT. Not that I condone it but I have seen with my own eyes women got molested in trains in Japan because of overcrowding. These lowly life take advantage of overcrowding to this despicable act. I even punched one guy when he did that right in front of me. He just backed off.Asdracles wrote: I think that people here is really friendly, if we exclude the MRT (that maybe is a kind of diplomatic area and doesn't belong to Singapore, so laws there are different)
That's exactly what bugs me! Why bother posting signs and painting lines on the floor and making videos and recorded announcements with the reminders if nobody cares and they're not going to do it anyway? What's the point? Why not make it like the free-for-all metro systems elsewhere in Asia? Oh, and if you're going to try to push your way onto the train while everyone else is still exiting, don't go and get all muttery and scowly if you get jostled. You're the one who put yourself in the position to get jostled.x9200 wrote: the problem is they say they want to follow these standards.
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