Man's Tirade About Two Women Embracing Takes Strange & Funny Turn (PHOTO)

When you see two women standing on a subway platform embracing, there is something really wrong with that scene -- and it is the man standing behind them too close to the edge! That's the message one wily guy managed to convey to the Internet when he snapped a photo of the guy standing too close to the yellow line -- but just "happened" to catch the apparent lesbian lovers up front.


The man, Nelson Felippe from Brazil, posted this photo to his Facebook wall:

He then reportedly wrote (in Portuguese):

I’m not prejudiced, I think everyone should do what they want with their life. But I think it’s absurd that I’m forced to witness a scene like this.

What one does is in private is their problem, but what one does in public concerns me. And I refuse to see a scene like this and consider it something normal.

I don’t wish bad on anyone, but these people should be careful. They’re defying social conventions and that can be dangerous. And if a tragedy occurs? Or worse, someone dies. Who is to blame? Me?

Or worst of all is the example it sets children ...

Oh-oh. Seems like we're about to get a double dose of homophobia. But then the man took a sharp turn by ending his tirade this way:

What will happen to the mind of a child who sees this every day? Children are going to think that it’s normal to wait for the subway on the yellow line. So, don’t be like that guy over there. Follow the example of the girls. Wait for the subway BEHIND the yellow line, and only cross it after the subway has made a complete stop and opened its doors.

Ha, had you there, didn't he?

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This picture and message should probably be made into a PSA for subway safety -- it certainly would get attention! Good one, Nelson! Thank you for spreading the word for safety!

Do you think this is funny?

Image via Nelson Felippe/Facebook


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