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Post time 2016-8-19 08:34:17 |Display all floors
dusty1 Post time: 2016-8-19 06:59
People like this exist in all cultures

True but you can be arrested for it in other countries
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parcher Post time: 2016-8-19 08:34
True but you can be arrested for it in other countries

You can loose your job in Australia for that

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dusty1 Post time: 2016-8-19 09:08
You can loose your job in Australia for that

Not surprised!!!
should be stamped out everywhere
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Post time 2016-8-19 09:29:41 |Display all floors
dusty1 Post time: 2016-8-19 07:00
I wonder what set her off ?

She probably has to deal with abuse most days....
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BlondeAmber Post time: 2016-8-18 15:02
Again, neither end up looking very good.
It is not very professional for a subway worker to use dero ...

Absolutely.  While in uniform, the worker represents the transit authority and should show restraint in hurling personal insults regardless of the behavior.  It's one thing to reprimand a passenger, but making it personal or derogatory is stepping over the line of professionalism.  Her duties are dealing with the public on the front lines at the station, I can imagine it's quite stressful and overwhelming at times... in certain circumstances that would test the limits of patience and professional conduct of most people.  You don't need to spend much time in a subway or train station to witness inappropriate or outrageous behavior.  

The OP states the passenger "violated the subway regulations and insulted the employee first"... while not specific with details of what initially prompted or transpired during the exchange, the employee obviously felt justified with her remarks... although unprofessional, maybe she was.  She's definitely calling a spade a spade, no question about that.

Bias against non-locals?  Not necessarily.  As far as we know this is an isolated incident and we have no knowledge of what truly happened prior to and during the exchange other than the employee's remark.  People shouldn't be too quick to crucify her without knowing the facts.
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Post time 2016-8-19 10:24:18 |Display all floors
parcher Post time: 2016-8-19 09:14
Not surprised!!!
should be stamped out everywhere

But China is a developing country

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Post time 2016-8-19 10:25:17 |Display all floors
parcher Post time: 2016-8-19 09:29
She probably has to deal with abuse most days....

She probably had enough of people cheap shorting her

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