12 May '11, 2am

Senior citizen shames young man using social media - AsiaOne #socialmedia

Senior citizen shames young man using social media - AsiaOne #socialmedia

A tech-savvy senior citizen has shown that he is just as adept at social media as young people. Upset that a young man refused to give up the reserved seat on the MRT to him, 63-year-old Jason Wang posted the young man's photo and details of the incident on Facebook. Mr Wang explained on his Facebook page that he was 63 years old and had bad knees. This is his account of what happened after he asked the man to give up his seat: "He rudely asked for my age and after answering him that I was many years his senior, he completely ignored me and continued sleeping. "He later woke up and played with his phone. He wore a landyard belonging to HSBC around his neck and later got off at City Hall MRT station." Mr Wang also sent an email with details of the incident to HSBC. Netizens discovered the Facebook posting and replicated it on an online forum. Mr Wang said in a later update ...

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