My mom cries as an elderly woman calls her “disgusting” on the bus because of her stroller situation

The mother broke down in tears after an elderly woman on the bus yelled at her and said she should have moved her trolley on the bus to make room for another woman.

The bus row left the mother upset (stock photo)(Getty Images/Mascot)

If you don’t have a driver’s license and a car, you will know the hassle a bus trip can cause, especially if you are a busy mom traveling with her kids. The experience can become particularly difficult if the bus is overcrowded and waiting for another bus means your child may be late for school or a doctor’s appointment.

One woman shared her anguish after she broke down in tears during an embarrassing encounter with an elderly woman on the bus. The mother-of-two said she came back from a shopping trip with her two-year-old son and six-year-old daughter when she decided it would be best to take the bus home with the kids, because the items she had bought were heavy.




After I got into the bus, I immediately noticed that there was a woman’s stroller taking up space in the car. The mother pushed her pram to match the woman and seated her daughter in the handicapped elderly seat next to her pram. However, she was then yelled at for taking up space by an elderly woman.

She wrote on Mumsnet: “Well, after a few stops a lady can also use this trolley which is so big it couldn’t fit in the opposite bay so she crammed herself into the Alize (sic) next to me.” . She didn’t even give me a chance to move my stroller so she could try to sit next to me.”

The elderly woman watched and told the mother that there was no way the other woman could “put her cart over there” if she didn’t move. The woman claims she was yelled at with these words: “You’re disgusting, you had to move your cart so you could get to the place and move your daughter from that bloody bench so that woman could sit!”

The mother continued, “Then she said I should be ashamed of myself! So I lost my mind at that time and replied, “How about you minding your own business!” But she was still yelling at me when I got off the bus! I’m not going to lie, I actually felt Wanting to burst into tears because I have so much going on at the moment and that’s what put me over the edge. So I’m just asking am I wrong here?”

A number of people rushed to comfort her, with one person writing: “To talk to someone like that and call it ‘disgusting’ I think she had her own issues and it wasn’t really about you. Try not to let it bother you.” It bothers you.”

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