Uncivilized behaviors on newly operated Hangzhou subway

2012-11-21 07:26:57 GMT2012-11-21 15:26:57(Beijing Time)  SINA English
A little boy pees in the carrige. (Photo/Agencies)A little boy pees in the carrige. (Photo/Agencies)
A passenger lays his foot on a pillar in the carrige. (Photo/Agencies)A passenger lays his foot on a pillar in the carrige. (Photo/Agencies)
Passengers rush into the carrige. (Photo/Agencies)Passengers rush into the carrige. (Photo/Agencies)
A woman scrambles for an untaken seat. (Photo/Agencies)A woman scrambles for an untaken seat. (Photo/Agencies)
Rubbishes on the floor (Photo/Agencies)Rubbishes on the floor (Photo/Agencies)

By Yu Runze, Sina English

Hangzhou subway line 1 began operation on last Sunday in East China’s Zhejiang Province. Subway authority initiated “free subway” activity starting from November 18 to November 21.

On November 20, the third day of the activity, passenger volume of the subway reached almost 70,000 by 17:00.

While people could enjoy the convenience and comfort brought by new transportation, some passengers, shouting, eating, fighting and even pissing in the carriage, ruined the good spirits.

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Editor: Yu Runze
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