Bus Driver Called Out For Hitting On Women
There’s nothing worse than being embarrassed at your place of business. Examples of work shame are getting arrested at work, getting in a fight, spilling something on yourself, etc.
A Queens bus driver is rocks a massive case of work shame Monday mornings for getting called out by one of his regular passengers in a rather blatant fashion:
A scorned straphanger who claims a married Queens bus driver hit on her has spent months letting the whole neighborhood know just how she feels about him, plastering his Q69 Astoria route with fliers addressed to the “womanizer bastard.”
Posted at your morning Queens bus stop is a note about how your driver might be trolling to see if he charge some women an extra handling fee. One one of the flyers, “Tony” has been accused of throwing out a rather boss pickup line, if you’re in to the whole infidelity thing: “I won’t forget your famous line, ‘Married men are lonely, too.’ “
Tony’s coworkers, who keep his identity a secret (probably a Union requirement), say it’s been going on for two years. And, it gets crazier than that: There’s another woman who has responded to the poster of the original flyers, saying “Everyone thinks you’re a bitter bitch. You’re not going to get him fired.”
Maybe not. But that slander isn’t the best way to kick off the work week. But if you’re on that route, how awesome would it be to follow that reality soap opera?
Have a good Monday.