Jedna buduća mama bila je neprijatno iznenađena kada joj u londonskom metrou niko nije ustupio mesto, te je odlučila da sve nevaspitane putnike nauči pameti...
Miri Mišaeli Švarc, koja inače radi kao evropska dopisnica za jednu izraelsku TV stanicu, bila je prilično iznenađena time što putnici u podzemnoj nisu uopšte reagovali niti su bili spremni da joj ustupe mesto, uprkos tome što je nosila i bedž s natpisom "Baby on Board" ("beba na putu"), pa je sve snimila mobilnim telefonom i snimak objavila na svom Fejsbuku.
Iako je u početku mislila da je reč o tome da joj stomak još nije dovoljno vidljiv, pa ljudi i ne vide da je trudna, vremenom, kako je stomak počeo da raste, a i dalje niko nije bio spreman da joj ustupi svoje mesto, postala je besna.
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Tako je prošle nedelje odlučila da javno postidi putnike u podzemnoj u Londonu, pa ih je snimila telefonom. U početku je, kako kaže, mislila da je bedž odlična ideja, ali onda je shvatila da nikoga jednostavno nije briga.
London friends,Almost 9 months of commuting in the tube with the “Baby on board” badge have come to an end.At first I thought it is a brilliant London invention. How will other people know it’s not easy traveling with morning sickness if I don’t yet have a real big baby bump? Proudly and happily I wore my badge, hoping people will notice and offer me the priority seat when I need it. That didn’t happen. Then, I thought Londoners get up only for ladies who are later on in their pregnancy. I was frustrated I don’t “look pregnant” enough. That fact did not change how pregnant I felt. It was awful.Now, from the top of 38 weeks of pregnancy, when there’s absolutely no way to ignore my huge bump (with a cute little baby girl inside of it!), I can tell you- London tube commuters just don’t care. That’s why I decided today to take a hidden camera with me in order to show you how one day of my life looks, standing sometimes for long periods of time on the tube, swollen, exhausted and afraid of sudden brakes. Commuters see me, they see my bump, sometimes even stare but don’t get up, even if they are getting off of the train at the next station or are seating in the priority seat with a sticker of a pregnant lady as a reminder above their heads.I already know how people look when they try to act like they haven’t seen me. The newspaper is held up a little higher, the phone comes out, headphones are placed in ears or sometimes.. they stare at my bump and just don’t care.I think the first woman in the video, doing homework with her child on the Jubilee line, missed a chance to teach him a much more valuable lesson- how to respect others and be a little less selfish.Where I grew up, ever since I can remember myself my mother would get up herself and make me stand up if a person who needs the seat more got on the bus. It was so clear to me this is how it should work. No badge needed.Once in a while there are a few righteous people on the tube, as you can see at the end of the video clip. Unfortunately, they are not the majority. Transport for LondonPosted by Miri Michaeli Schwartz on Thursday, February 4, 2016
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