"He then wedged his knee between my legs, almost knocking my computer off my knee.
"He was crooning “baby,” “baby” to me."
What happened to Susie O'Brien any reasonable person would find clearly wrong
This is a legitimate complaint by Susie..
Whether it's a sign of the times? fear of crime? or trauma? which also makes some people hyper-vigilant.there can be also an over-zealous, "proactive" reaction where for instance some women stare the whole public transport ride and you're a guy minding you're own business.
I'm sorry women feel uncomfortable and as a male I feel uncomfortable on public transport too.
The gender-specific approach to crime has us on the lookout for the bad man.
While what this guy did to Susie was wrong and intimidating, a guy doing nothing wrong who has no interest in you, is a guy doing nothing wrong who has no interest in you.
I personally would like PSO's on the Train.
Let's have real authority on the train not social media "justice"