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Response to dlwickham (Original post)

Fri Nov 16, 2012, 02:12 PM

9. I hope Bus Users UK takes this up and runs with it.

I know a driver refusing carriage because of a particular individuals' race, religion, sexual or gender identity would be extremely frowned upon, but a driver refusing to drive a bus because of the vehicles' advertising?

Some of the passengers on his vehicle might be gay. He'd better get over it. If he has that big a problem over it, he needs to switch duties to run the minibuses that provide shopping services to rural areas on only certain days of the week. Sadly, it does come with a reduction in pay... thought I find the clientele would be more open minded to that kind of advertising on that bus the driver objects to! Yep, those minibuses will have advertising on it but not so much of the national stuff because the bus won't be getting so many eyeballs compared to a double-decker doing inner-city work.

Note edited to clarify the last sentence and to add this note in.

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