Let's keep beastly behaviour off our trains, buses and ferries
Have you ever been standing on a train because someone in your carriage is hogging two seats? Ever had a person's headphones blaring right next to you?
Research showed that some customers are occasionally frustrated by the behaviour of certain fellow passengers.
Based on your feedback, we created the 'Beasts of Bad Behaviour' customer courtesy campaign, designed to encourage customers to consider their fellow passengers and be more courteous while travelling on our network.
These doof doof blaster beasts bug you with noise blaring from their headphones and their way-too-loud-speakers. You said you'd rather hear nails down a blackboard than their second-hand music.
These beasts block you from getting off. You flatten like a stamp to get past, but then you have to say, "excuse me" to them. You told us this really bugs you.
You told us you're tired of the bag attack. Hey, if you wanted to be bumped with other people's luggage you would have been a porter.
You said these beasts bug you by putting their grubby feet on the seats. Trying to be cool, but smelling bad. And they wonder why they always sit alone.
You told us these beasts won't give up their seat for anyone. Older people, pregnant women, passengers with disabilities. Hey, even their bag hogs a seat to itself.
These beasts just dump their rubbish for you to enjoy. Which is probably why they bug you more than living in a 20-person share house.
You said these beasts bug you by shoving their way past you while you're trying to get off. Hey, if you wanted to play league you would have joined a team, right?
This sniffly beast refuses to cover its mouth when it coughs and sneezes. Instead it sprays its germs all over the place. You said being spluttered on by strangers really bugs you. Really, even talking about it is gross enough.
You told us these beasts bug you by talking really, really loudly on their phone and to their friends (which apparently includes everyone within 50 metres). The worst part is, the more boring the conversation, the louder they yell it.
It seems simple and less important but I really like the fact that it has been brought up to let the citizen realize those simple things that we tend to overlook.
they used the animated cartoons instead of REAL PEOPLE
just in case that 'those targeted people' feel more offended.:D
I end this BlogBuster by giving my readers a chance to contemplate,
whether this campaign is relevant or irrelevant in Malaysia /worldwide?
Native Deen- Small Deeds
Source taken from:Sydney Buses website