A woman became irate when a Metro North train conductor scolded her for allegedly being loud and using profane language. As the dialogue progressed, the woman became increasingly more agitated. Business Insider captured some highlights from the entertaining video:
“I was not cursing, excuse me, do you know what schools I’ve been to?
“I’m sorry, do you think I’m a little hoodlum?
“From my mouth? Excuse me? Do you know how well-educated I am?
“Stop the train, stop the train.
“No do not tell me to go to customer service. I am not a crazy person. I am a very well-educated person.”
A number of times, the woman denied using profane language and brought up her education as a means to defend herself (as if educated people never curse). Hilariously, after the incident unfolded, an announcement came over the loudspeaker that asked all passengers to avoid using profanity on the train, “especially those people who went to Harvard or Yale or are from Westport.”
Luckily, someone caught it all on video. Watch the entire scenario below: