Last week, a passenger riding the U.K. train service TransPennine Express tweeted the train company with a complaint about a fellow passenger — who just so happened to be a male wearing a dress.
“‘Guy’ on the seat opposite me is wearing stockings and a dress,” wrote user Gary Cocker in a tweet that has now been deleted (in addition to his entire Twitter account). “What is that all about??”
Not missing a beat, the train company clapped back with this:
@gaz_cocks Probably something to do with it being the 21st century now. As long as they have a ticket, everyone is welcome on our trains ^ZS
— TPE Customer Assist (@TPEassist) August 4, 2016
Since the tweet, which was posted on Aug. 4, people have been praising the company for their response.
Taking things even further, many men started posting photos of themselves wearing dresses.
— Dave Lewarne (@DaveLewarne) August 5, 2016
— Martyn (@martynhett) August 4, 2016
— Michael Clark (@MPClarkMusic) August 5, 2016
Say it with me now…
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