A young Muslim mother claims she was ‘treated like a terrorist’ after a bus driver demanded that she remove her face veil over safety fears. The 20-year-old Muslim said she was ‘humiliated’ when the First Bus driver in Bristol launched into a tirade against her as soon as she boarded with her two-month-old baby.
Daily Mail The woman barely managed to ask the driver for a ticket before he began a rant against her for wearing a niqab, the veil that leaves the area around the eyes clear. The driver asked her to remove the niqab, saying ‘the world is dangerous’ and it was ‘not good’ that he could not see her face.
The “victim” who has asked not to be named, said she has been left feeling ‘horrible and disappointed’ after the driver ‘made me out to be a terrorist’. (Oh, Boo Hoo)
She said: ‘He said I was scary and I was dangerous, and he kept talking about it during the journey. He was insinuating I was going to bomb the bus. (It wouldn’t be the first time)
The “victim” added: ‘He said he couldn’t see my face, and that he didn’t know what I was ‘capable of doing.’ (Sorry, cupcake, Muslim women who look just like you have been known to blown up buses)
A “dhimmi” spokesman for First Bus : ‘We would like to fully and unreservedly apologize to the customer for the distress caused when one of our drivers expressed his personal opinions. A spokesman for Avon and Somerset Police said: ‘We are investigating a report of an alleged “hate crime” that occurred on a number 24 bus in Bristol. (Forget apologies, lawyers for the alleged “victim” are getting ready to file a lawsuit against your company as we speak)
‘I have been humiliated and he insulted my religion, and in front of my new-born baby.’ (Oh, double Boo Hoo)