After the infamous "Alex Ong pushes old lady" we now have this:
Yet another public transport incident? So what's the deal this time round?
From the video we could easily assume that the girl gave her seat but the auntie went on grumbling and scolding and taking a picture of her.
The difference between this video and the Alex Ong one is that almost every comment goes to supporting the young lady who gave up her seat but yet still getting all the scolding from the old auntie.
This is exactly what I mean when I say that video like this shows the "truth" the videographer wants to show. It's very one sided. No, I am not defending the old auntie. There is no way I can defend someone who is scolding a person who gave up her seat. However, what if the video of Alex Ong shows that the auntie started scolding Alex first? See my point?
Questions in my head: why didn't the girl just walk away? The train is packed but I am sure she could have just walk away? What did she do before giving her seat up? Why is the auntie so angry even after getting her seat? Did she have to scold the girl for the seat? Regardless of what the answers are I am very sure it doesn't give her any reason to scold anyone in the public.
So is the girl and auntie famous now?
An article from Yahoo Singapore by Jeffery Oon. - In the effort of trying to make people read his article, he gave the girl a low blow by calling her "Ah Lian". Judging people much? Just because she dyed her hair? Because of her Singlish? Or is it because she used the word fuck? I have no idea what is wrong with Mr.Oon but I think this is not cool. So what if you used the ""? How would you feel if I judge you as "gay" or "useless" just because you are not dark tan or cause you are nicely dressed? It just doesn't makes any sense. -_-
I'm really getting tired with all these videos and people judging people base on videos/pictures. This "stomp" culture is killing me seriously.
Mr.Smith, YOU LIKE TO USE THE WORD FUCK IS IT?