Reader calls for trav­e­la­tor rules af­ter mum with pushchair causes panic

7 Days in Dubai - - DEAR 7DAYS -

“Some con­ti­nents breed nat­u­rally po­lite peo­ple. They are calm, pa­tient, gra­cious and con­sid­er­ate to­wards oth­ers so a lit­tle ed­u­ca­tion and they are able to grasp how things work bet­ter when ev­ery­one co­op­er­ate. The pop­u­la­tion you meet here are largely un­e­d­u­cated and live by ‘me first’ way of life. So un­for­tu­nately rules and reg­u­la­tions on how to prop­erly use pub­lic ar­eas would fall on deaf years, you can’t teach com­mon sense!!”

ANONY­MOUS

“At both ends of the es­ca­la­tor, and prob­a­bly in the mid­dle too, there are red but­tons for emer­gency stop­ping. Why no one pushed them? And how come no se­cu­rity guards were avail­able at both ends dur­ing a busy day? On reg­u­lar days there seems to be se­cu­rity guards more than shop­pers!” NAWAF AG

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