Another case of mainland tourists behaving badly finds Taiwanese netizens howling out in anger yet again. The grave offense this time: Standing on a sink.
On Sunday afternoon, a Taiwanese netizen posted pictures he had taken inside a men’s bathroom at Kenting’s Nanwan beach, showing a mainland father bathing his son inside the sink; despite the fact that above the sink there is clear warning that reads: “Fragile. Please don’t stand on top.” Also, that looks like one shaky sink.
The netizen posted the pictures online with a caption ridiculing mainland tourists for not being able to read traditional characters. More sharp criticism followed as Taiwanese netizens took the opportunity to lash out against one of their favorite targets, mainland tourists, calling them “completely without class,” via ET Today:
“Taiwan doesn’t need these kind of tourists, cut the quota, it’s best that they not come.”
“Ugh, another tourism spot that has fallen into enemy hands, Kenting too is ruined.”
However, other users had a more reasonable take on the issue, saying that some minor impropriety is not a trait unique to mainlanders:
“Taiwanese frequently do this as well, there is no reason to blow this out of proportion.”
“Why not teach him? Tell him that there are showers he can use, that this kind of behavior is very dangerous and could result in injury.”
[Images via ET Today]