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VIDEO: When a young man refused to vacate reserved seat, this elderly woman sat on his lap!

The quarrel that took place on a train was recorded on camera in China's Nanjing city and has been going viral on Chinese social media platform, Weibo. The woman can be seen showing the man a sign over his read that clearly indicates it's reserved for those who are unable to stand.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
September 11, 2017 10:38:19 pm
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Many a time we have come across stubborn passengers who would not give up seats reserved for senior citizens or women. Though some keep quiet, hoping that some sense will dawn upon them, others decide to raise their voice. Something similar happened in China metro recently when a woman found a young man sitting on the seat reserved for women and asked him to vacate it for her. After a big argument when he refused to leave the seat, the woman took the matter in her own hand and sat on his LAP!

Yes, the quarrel that took place on a train was recorded on camera in China’s Nanjing city and has been going viral on Chinese social media platform, Weibo. In the video that was shot on September 5, the woman can be seen showing the man a sign over his read that clearly indicates it’s reserved for those who are unable to stand.

While other commuters seem unaffected and did not intervene, the sight was recorded and has created a great buzz online.

Watch video here

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