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Four United Kingdom cities show what rudeness is, Manchester meanest
Like the United Kingdom.
Now, I've hit London and several cities in Scotland. I had no problems at all. Then again, I'm from New York and grew up in Boston, two towns with reputations for rudeness over here. So, there's a shot I just missed it. Thankfully, The Sun picks up the trail and shows us just how rude the people of Manchester, London, Glasgow and Bristol can be.
Why is The Sun picking on these three cities? Well, it's pretty sad, really. A 77-year-old man lay unconscious on the street for close to five hours in freezing weather. Hundreds of people walked by and gave not a damn.
Of course, this could have happened in any major city, but The Sun decided to operate in its own back yard. Let's take a look at what the newspaper learned by leaving a reporter out on the ground in below-freezing conditions:
2. Glasgow: At the freezing mark, a philosophy student checked to see if the reporter was breathing. Was he rude? Not at all! In fact, Marc Deane, the concerned citizen who stopped, told The Sun, ""Some people don't want to get involved in anything out of their routine. But it's a small price to pay if somebody's life is at stake."
3. London: It took six people for someone to care to roll up and say something. The rest, according to The Sun, were severe: "One man gave barely a second glance and a grunt before walking on, still chatting on his mobile. Others just looked straight through our reporter."
4. Bristol: Like Glasgow, Bristol knows how to treat a cold-weather victim. The reporter was "picked up off the ground almost as soon as he hit." Bravo, Bristol![pho
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