Old woman stands up for girl on London Tube in the feistiest way

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What do Amber Rose and a little old lady have in common? They're both standing up against shut-shamers. Bravo Ladies!

While riding the London Underground, Scott Sparrow noticed a very awkward and surprising exchange between a group of strangers. Lucky for us, he was able to write it all down for our pleasure.

On Scott Sparrow's personal Facebook page, he recalled the entire incident:
(be sure to read the whole post)

"I am having such a wonderful day on the tubes I can't not share this story. Let me build the scene: Central Line between Oxford Circus and Chancery Lane, possibly St Pauls. To my right is sat a lady, 25-30, wearing a revealing dress. To my left is an old lady, almost dead is how old she is. Standing in front of us is a man, 50's, suit and tie, eyeing revealing dress.

Suit leans over to the revealing dress lady and says 'Have some self respect when you dress yourself.' Revealing dress lady blushes to the colour of her almost not there dress. Old soon to be dead lady is having none of this and in a south london accent shouts out 'She can wear or not wear whatever the f*** she likes, even if she was naked with a sign pointing to her fanny (she said fanny on the central line by St Pauls) and the sign pointed to her fanny which said ...PARTY CITY ALL INVITED...then that would still be none of your bloody business now f*** off back to your bored wife!'

Red dress then hugs the walking dead and old suit walks off. That old lady will be my hero for the rest of her life, even if the rest of her life is like only another week. She was so old." (Courtesy of Scott Sparrow Facebook)

So, we'd like to know...whose side are you on?

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