Manspreading isn’t just annoying. Now it could cost offenders a lot of cash.
There’s a new “metro manners” campaign in Los Angeles and it comes with hefty fines of up to $75 dollars.
It’s all part of a recent enforcement surge.
As CBS LA reports, more than 3,000 people have received fines for various infractions with more than 2,000 having actually been ejected.
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Manspreading isn’t the only thing that can cost offenders cash. Eating, drinking, smoking and vaping are also on the list.
Other offenses include: placing chewing gum on seats, occupying more than one seat, blocking a door, disturbing others and playing loud music.
Riders who commit third, fourth and fifth offenses could be banned for 30-90 days.
It’s not just thoughtful to be courteous to your fellow metro riders, it may also save you a lot of trouble from the authorities.