An Australian influencer has been slammed for being “embarrassing”, “narcissistic” and “giving all Australians a bad name” on a European hit.
Jacquie Alexandrefrom Melbourne, is vacationing in London and shared a video of herself doing her hair and lip-syncing to the viral song “Prada” by CASSO, D-Block Europe and Ray.
The short clip showed Jacquie dancing around a crowded subway and attracting annoyed looks from other passengers.
“I’m in my time, I don’t care,” she captioned the video, unconcerned with how her activities disturbed others. “The confidence it gives me is unmatched.”
Jacquie quickly admitted she was “shaking” with anxiety immediately after stopping filming – but that didn’t deter the thousands who slammed her for her rude behavior.
Other Australians have also recently been criticized for poor travel etiquette, such as complaining about the Amalfi Coast in Italy and complaining about a “traumatic” stay in a hostel in Europe.
Jacquie Alexander, from Melbourne, is on vacation in London and recently shared a video of herself doing her hair and lip-syncing to the viral song “Prada” by CASSO, D-Block Europe and Ray.
Many called her selfish and asked her to never do something similar again.
‘The narcissism of this generation is out of this world. Stop,” one woman wrote.
“This is so embarrassing and narcissistic,” echoed another.
“Just stop trying to be the main character,” said a third. “It’s so cringe.”
While many claimed it was disrespectful to Jacquie to take up so much space on a crowded rush hour train.
“I like taking photos in public, but I don’t bother an entire train with people inside. This whole narrative that ‘all that matters is me’ isn’t cute,” one professional model wrote.
“I’m a girls’ girl until one girl is obnoxious and doesn’t relax in front of the tube when there are lots of people on it,” one woman said. “Do this thing when you have an empty car.”
“It’s very rude to be in these people’s personal space. I’m all for trusting them, but this is downright disrespectful and you filmed them without permission, which is even worse. I don’t know what you were getting out of this,” one said.
Another added: “The lack of self awareness is crazy, your hair is literally hitting people behind you as they are just trying to get to and from work.”
Australian influencer slammed for being ’embarrassing’, ‘narcissistic’ and ‘giving all Australians a bad name’ on European hit
But not everyone was upset – and some praised Jacquie for her confidence.
“Social anxiety scares him,” one woman commented.
“This is the best thing I’ve ever seen,” added another.
“You probably entertained the whole train during their boring journey. You’re not an inconvenience,” wrote a third.
“Sometimes I wonder too much if I got up too early at my subway stop – but I won’t think about it again, so thank you,” one man said.