Eliminating The Sore Point: Authorities Offer Not To Let Bad-Smelling Passengers Onto Public Transport
June 12, 2019 10:36 By Fabiosa
Probably most people who use public transport don’t like summer a little more than those people who walk or travel by car.
Usually, buses and trams are full of people who spread the unpleasant smell of an unwashed body. When they use public transport, others find it difficult to breathe.
Being concerned with the problem of foul-smelling passengers, a Russian deputy decided to submit a letter to parliament, proposing not to let such people onto public transport.
Policemen, inspectors, and drivers must keep the law enforced. More detailed criteria for determining who should not be allowed into the vehicle salon are proposed to be discussed with the public. If the idea is supported, it can be a new point in the rules of using public transport.
In fact, it is useless to prohibit such passengers from entering the transport. If this is a critical question, it is better to remind people more often how to protect themselves from bad body odor.
Among the most effective ways, you can wash twice on a scorching summer day. The other tips to fight against bad smell include:
- use diluted vinegar to wipe places with maximum sweating;
- add lemon juice to bathing water or rinse your body with such a solution;
- essential oils (lavender, mint, and pine) can reduce the unpleasant body odor;
- choose antibacterial soap for your skin type – it will fight bacteria on the body;
- wear light cotton clothing and open shoes.
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We hope that you aren’t a person that makes others pinch their noses and steer clear from you in public transport. Stay clean!