Blind Dad Reduced To Tears After Rude Passengers Refuse To Give Up Their Disabled Seats On A Jam-Packed Train
If you needed any more proof that people are generally terrible--here it is. When 37-year-old Amit Patel attempted to board a packed London train during a busy commuting period, he assumed that his status as a disabled, blind traveler would ensure that he received a spot in the sitting area. However, his pleas for a seat paired with the obvious distress of his guide dog, Kika, proved to not be enough of a motivation for his fellow travelers to offer him a seat. Forced to endure the grueling journey while both terrified and disoriented, Patel's ordeal will surely make you think twice about your next trip on public transport.
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