A woman on the Northeast Corridor line train in New Jersey refused to move her bag on a crowded train despite complaints from angry passengers. It’s safe to say she doesn’t get how public transportation works.

The bratty woman had what appeared to be a Louis Vitton bag sitting next to her and was sitting in a handicapped seat when she was clearly no handicapped. Passengers told her repeatedly to move her bag or stand but she got nasty:

“You’re not disabled. You’re not pregnant. I don’t give a f*ck. I don’t want your bed bugs. I don’t want your smell.”

The train conductor even came to talk to her but she was even nasty to him.

She was eventually removed by a police officer who wasn’t having any of this brat and said:

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“You want personal space? You’ll have plenty outside.”

She’s the definition of entitled.

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