7 annoying things passengers do on public transport

Whether it's a taxi ride, bus trip or plane flight - travelling on public transport can be trying.

702 presenter Redi Tlhabi asked listeners to share their pet peeves when commuting with strangers.

Below are some of the responses:

  • passenger with smelly feet or other body odours
  • sitting next to someone who chews loudly
  • people who snore or fall asleep on your shoulder
  • someone eating food while you're hungry
  • passengers who don't want to open the window
  • people who fart
  • Talkative passengers who can't take a hint

Take a listen to some callers share their experiences:

Here are some of the interactions on Twitter:


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