Woman suing bus driver after being told to sit in the back

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 7, 2011 13:06

 
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An Egged bus driver is being sued by a passenger who claimed that he told her to go sit in the back of the bus, Army Radio reported Thursday.

The Supreme Court recently ruled against a proposition that would have allowed gender separation on buses.

"It's hard to describe the feeling of hurt, anger, and utter humiliation. I will not be treated like a second class citizen," the claimant said. She was suing for the sum of NIS 30,000.

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