Daughter of a Chinese Tourist Poops on a Public Place in SM Mall of Asia
Manila, Philippines – A photo of a Chinese tourist has gone viral on Facebook. The Chinese woman was caught on a photo while allowing her daughter to poop in the middle of a public place in SM MOA (Mall of Asia). BJ Carreon, the person who made the photo viral on Facebook narrated how this Chinese tourist just let her daughter poop in public.
He also shared his disappointment on the lack of action from the Mall security personnel who saw also witnessed the said incident. He also said that if he didn’t have his grandmother with him, he could have talked to the Chinese tourist himself and called her out for her bad manners. He asked his fellow countrymen how it feels if people from other nations do this in their country.
Heres what he said:
Yung kadugyutan ng ibang mga Chinese tourists (they were in a tour group I think and nagsisigawan sila ng mga kasama nya in their language) dito sa MOA Seaside…Haaay. May mga guards, pero dedma sila. Nakakainis, kung hindi ko lang akay -akay ang lola ko, ako na mismo lalapit para pagsabihan sila.
At sa ibang mga Pinoy na dugyot din, ano pakiramdam pag ibang lahi na ang nagkakalat sa sarili nating bakuran?
A lot of Chinese tourists visit the country and they are one of the larger groups of people going to Asia Pacific. They’re great contributors to the Philippines’ economy but there are incidences when they are misbehaving and engaging in inappropriate conducts while in other nations.
They were called loud and rude in Switzerland. In Egypt, a 15-year old Chinese tourist also made some vandalism at a museum. The temple in which the kid made the vandalism is 3,500 years old. The news even broke about a Chinese passenger who threw hot water to a flight attendant forcing the airline to go back from where it departed.
Going to a different place means abiding by their rule and staying out of trouble as a sign of respect to that community but Chinese tourists are notorious for many years for lack of respect and consideration. They’re a noisy bunch that locals complain about them.
Of course, that doesn’t mean every single Chinese tourist is like that. There are exemptions and what’s important is that rules should be strictly implemented in every tourist destination.
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