i am no way saying that this woman was right for what she did. she was out of line BUT what he did didn't warrant his actions.
there was the mcdonalds incident that happened a year ago where two women got beat up by a guy who they were about to attack on the register over some issue over a dollar bill. to me, that seemed more like a self defense case then what this guy did. i don't condone violence unless it's necessary but in that case, i can see how someone would react like that in the heat of the moment. those women coulda had knives on them jumping over the register at him like that.
in this case, it's a different. it irks me to hear people saying what this guy did was right. compared to the mcdonalds incident. there was no possibly clear and present danger where this guy had to hit her up with a ryu hadouken punch and throw her off the bus the way he did. yeah, she hit and spat on him after they went back and forth arguing but after she hit him, she wasn't so much of a serious threat where he had to do that. to make it worse, he's 59 and she's 25. they're busy carrying around and acting like kids on the bus. i honestly thought the woman was 15 when i saw this first BUT it turns out she's 25 and seems to be a mess. the bus driver didn't have to stoop down to her level and as someone who has 22 years of experience driving the bus, he should have known better. i'm sure this isn't his first time dealing with crazy people on the bus in cleveland out of all places. i just want to know how anybody can justify this kind of shit though? the fact that dude fucking put everything on the line over something stupid like this. i heard he was put on leave. well, i'd fire his ass for being so stupid especially when he worked there for 22 years. inexcusable.