Offering your seat to a pregnant woman on a crowded public transport is seen by most as the right thing to do.
But the future mother, Brydie Lee-Kennedy, who is an Australian television writer who lives in London, found herself in an uncomfortable situation when a traveler refused to move her purse to sit down.
The eight-month pregnant woman said she ended up sitting in the man's hand and bag after he could not move his belongings from the seat next to him.
The future mother Brydie Lee-Kennedy found herself in an uncomfortable situation on a bus when a traveler refused to move her purse to sit
She shared the meeting on Twitter, and since then has attracted more than 17,000 "I like"
"Well, it finally happened in my eighth month of pregnancy," he wrote about the meeting on his Twitter page.
"I just sat in a man's hand and bag when he did not remove them from the last spare seat of the bus, now we're sharing a very quiet ride.
The very pregnant woman also compared the situation with the movie Hunger Games.
"I wonder what it is like to live in a place with less Hunger Games spirit on public transport," added Ms. Lee-Kennedy.
Since then, her tweet has attracted more than 170,000 "likes", and many pregnant mothers have volunteered to share their dilemmas about public transportation.
The Australian television writer who lives in London compared the situation with the movie The Hunger Games
The eight-month pregnant woman said she ended up sitting in the man's hand after he could not move his belongings from the seat next to him.
After sharing their meeting on Twitter, many pregnant women presented similar stories about their dilemmas on public transport (stock image)
"When I was seven months pregnant, a guy literally pushed me aside to run to the last seat, he spent the next four stops to find various ways to call him a shit in the face." He said: "This is how you're going to Talk to your son? "I said:" No, because he will not be as good as you, "wrote a mother.
Another wrote: & # 39; When I was pregs [sic] I asked a manspreader if he could share his bench seat on the bus and he pointed to his wide legs and said "No". Like, "I'm sorry, my b *** s needs that space."
Another said: "I told a man when I was eight months pregnant that I was going to give birth on my feet if he would not let me sit on the bus, he got up, and I'm going to continue to do that."
One published: "When I was four months pregnant, I asked a man if he could take a seat on the train and I felt really bad while I was pregnant." He said "well, you want equality, you can bear it." I threw up. And his laptop bag. "The look of surprise on his face was gratifying.
And another commented: "When I was eight months pregnant, a man in a full tube asked me to move so I could sit next to his friend, I suspect that my eyes still give him nightmares … and my selected words resonate in his ears .