In Madrid, men were forbidden to sit, legs apart

In the public transport of Madrid this week there were signs prohibiting manspreading, or the habit of sitting, with legs apart, showing disrespect for other passengers. The information plate says that sitting on two or more seats is prohibited at once, and this applies primarily to men who like to fall apart, not paying attention to others. The first to draw attention to the problem in 2014 was the New York Metro, where passengers were first tried to be persuaded to treat each other with respect, and then it came to fines and even cases of arrest. It is curious that many men still do not understand the meaning of the ban and are justified by the fact that physiology prevents them from sitting in a different position.

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