*Jeeps in the middle of the streets filling passengers, no concern at all that they are causing traffic.
*Normal sight at Sales Bridge right beside MMDA traffic enforcers. Jeeps waiting in the middle of streets waiting to fill passengers.
& jeepneys use the area as terminal…it seems Filipinos think the sign means it’s the other way around…stupid enough for you?
Yes, clearly when Filipinos see a NO LOADING & UNLOADING sign they think it is where they can hop on a ride.
*Yes even huge buses do this. Here you will see a bus waiting to be filled right in front of a NO LOADING AND UNLOADING sign.
Here’s another example of monkeys using anywhere to go down public vehicles.
*This one looks like she works in a hospital but does not understand English.
But again, what can you expect when cops do the same?
Another thing we love to hate are these people who call on passengers to load jeepneys/buses (see the one below in blue talking to another stupid driver). They usually cause traffic by stopping everybody else so the monkeys can jaywalk & illegally load jeepneys in the middle of the streets.
Even traffic enforcers/policemen (MMDA to be precise) are idiotic. Below you will see after letting one bus cross the intersection other vehicles are stopped (as there is nowhere to go because the bus is loading passengers right at the middle of the railroad — this is under Sales Bridge).
*Here in the Philippines, Filipinos destroy railings that prevent them from jaywalking. Footbridges have no use but to hang ads of politicians.
Sometimes Filipinos also use the streets as automotive shops.
*Yes, clearly, it’s more fun in the Philippines!!!
P.S. here’s a special one I added. I was driving in traffic & there is this motorcycle that wanted to pass by but it seemed my side mirror was blocking them so he slammed it the other way around so they could pass…yes this is how it is in the Philippines (it isn’t more than once that I got hit by a motorcycle & they didn’t bother stopping). Here he is still stuck in traffic (they guy in red jersey did the act, given the label on his jersey, he seems to be from BRGY. STA. CRUZ ANTIPOLO).