Mum tries to shame commuters who 'refused to give up their seats' for her son – but it's dividing opinion | The Sun

A MUM has slammed commuters for refusing to give up their train seats for her young son – but people are divided.

Furious Londoner Kelly took to TikTok after her son was left sitting on the floor in the priority seats area of a Southern Rail train.

The young boy can be seen squatting in the aisle while adult passengers around him scroll on their phones or laptops.

Kelly said: "All these oblivious people are watching my baby sit on the floor in the priority seats area.

"It's called human decency."

The fuming mum called out London commuters for refusing to surrender their seats to her son.

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Some people felt sorry for Kelly's son.

Samantha said: "Reminds me of when I was eight months pregnant and had to sit on the floor."

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Kayleigh said: "I would always stand for a child. One of the passengers in the priority seats is just playing Football Manager."

But hundreds of people slammed Kelly.

Vaz said: " My train ticket to London costs £50 – no way would I give my seat to a kid.

Declan said: "Is your child disabled, pregnant or elderly?"

Simon said: "My mum made me give up my seat to an old woman on a train from London to Carlisle when I was nine.

"I stood for three hours until she got off."

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