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[PHOTO] Innovative Bus Passenger in Croatia Goes Viral

(photo: Facebook page Dnevna doza prosječnog Dalmatinca)

There is an unwritten rule on public transport that you give you seat up for the elderly, pregnant, and those with babies, but a passenger in the Dalmatian city of Split this week was not taking his chances.

The man, who was travelling on the No. 37 bus in Split, decided he would take a fold-up chair with him when catching the full bus.

The photograph showing the man enjoying his own seat on the bus soon went viral, gaining over 6k likes after Facebook page Dnevna doza prosječnog Dalmatinca posted it.

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