New Jersey once again sets the low bar for class after a woman refused to move her Louis Vuitton purse from priority seating in order to accommodate another person on a crowded train.
The unidentified woman caused quite a ruckus on Wednesday after she defiantly stood her ground against common decency, despite urging from the conductor and several passengers on the train.
Seemingly too important to be seated next to the woman requesting the seat, she told her -in the rudest way possible- that she wouldn’t move her purse.
“I don’t want your bedbugs,” she said. “I don’t want your smell near me.”
Despite the passengers putting up quite a fight, the woman continued to be hostile, telling others to “f*** off” and “shut the f*** up.”
Finally, the conductor has enough and requested that NJ Transit Police be dispatched to the scene, holding up the train even longer.
“This is my personal space!” the woman demanded.
According to the Daily Mail, law enforcement quickly stepped in, and the woman got off of the train.
“When train 3955 arrived at Newark Penn Station last night, New Jersey Transit Police asked the woman to exit the train to discuss the situation,” an NJ Transit spokeswoman reported. “Train 3955 was then able to depart the station.”
Passengers -such as Thaedra Frangos, who recorded the video- were not upset with the police or New Jersey Transit service, but instead were frustrated with the woman’s “inability to act like a normal person on public transportation.”