Woman’s ‘Scribbles’ on Subway Car Lead to Embarrassing Incident

By: Dan Cooper

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The Mexico City Metros are a popular mode of transportation that receives thousands of people daily. While some passengers choose to rest or read, others leave their mark by scratching the walls of the cabins with ink. This act of vandalism has outraged locals and strangers alike.

Recently, a certain girl was caught red-handed scratching the walls of the subway and her actions went viral on social networks. This case has been penalized by thousands of Internet users, and served as an example to deter others from committing the same offense.

In the footage, the woman was seen leaving a “love message” next to her seat in addition to her scribbles. A passenger confronted her, asking “Do you also scratch the walls of your house, friend?” The woman was taken by surprise and a small fight ensued, with her claiming that she could scratch whatever she wanted.

The police were eventually called and the woman was put in for questioning. She had painted as much as she could before being caught, and users online commented on the disappointment her family must be feeling.

Vandalism is a serious offense and can cause damage to public property. It is important to be mindful of our actions and to respect the spaces we occupy. Let’s all do our part to ensure that public transportation remains clean and enjoyable for all.

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