Madrid buses move to curtail "manspreading" practice
June 11, 2017
MADRID (AP) — If you're taking a bus in the Spanish capital, be sure to keep your legs to yourself.
Madrid authorities on Monday started putting up signs banning the practice of 'manspreading' — opening one's legs so wide you invade other's seating space —on city buses as part of their new etiquette guidelines.
EMT municipal transportation company says the sign is designed to discourage physical postures that bother people.
The sign features an illustration of a man with splayed legs with a red 'X' above. The text beneath urges passengers to "respect the space of others."
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