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Re: Greyhound Endangered the Welfare of Passengers
by Henbane - Posted Mon December 17, 2007 @ 6:53 PM

Oh my god, a homeless man?! How did you ever survive the smell radiating from that sorry excuse of a human?

It is a shame that Greyhound provided a service to all people regardless of what kind of offensive odors they carried with them. Hopefully they will change their policy. All passengers must maintain a non-offensive smell to ride this bus. You may not smell like: feces, urine, alcohol, perfume, body odor or anything that may be deemed offensive by any persons. As a precaution, no homeless person may use our services and all services may be denied if you happen to pass gas.

In all seriousness, that man was not endangering the welfare of anyone simply by his smell. If you are uncomfortable with the possibility of having to deal with a poor homeless mans conditions on public transportation then maybe that just isn't for you. Next time drive yourself or hire a driver, instead of making a big stink about it.

I really hope there is no compensation for your "inconvenience" or you lack of compassion for this man.


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