A young Asian-British musician from London, the UK, gave his apologies to a white blonde woman for turning her life into hell after she offended him of holding a queue for priority boarding.
Thomas Lee posted his conversation with a woman he met at Heathrow Airport, where she told him that he was in the wrong queue. When his girlfriend said that they did buy proper tickets, the blonde woman told Thomas to “go back to China,” which is odd enough as the man was born and raised in the UK.
So, Thomas called her out on Facebook but later regretted it saying that he didn’t expect such a wild reaction to his post. Here’s what he said: ‘When I was posting the script of our conversation, I expected that perhaps four or five people would comment it with something funny, that’s all. I didn’t mean to do any harm to that woman, even though she was definitely wrong…’
‘Certainly, this is a huge problem of today’s society, but what I’ve done is not the solution to it. It doesn’t make me happy realizing that I might have ruined that woman’s life. I certainly should’ve handled it in a different way, or left it how it was, and not shared it publicly.’
Thomas added: ‘For all my life I try to be good to people, to do what’s Right and to make sure I never hurt anyone. And now I put myself in that woman’s shoes and I don’t know how I’d feel if someone had done the same to me… Now I know that what I’ve done doesn’t help this situation, it can only make her more angry, and bring more drama…’
‘SO I DO APOLOGIZE TO THAT WOMAN FROM THE AIRPORT. YES, YOU WERE WRONG, BUT I STILL BELIEVE YOU DON’T DESERVE ALL THIS. IM SURE THAT IF YOU CAN’T HELP ANYBODY – AT LEAST DO YOUR BEST NOT TO HURT THEM.’
It happened so that today we live in a cruel and cynic world full of violence. But it’s good to see that there still are such fair and loyal people as Thomas who help others and sincerely regret when they do something wrong. If each of us at least tries to be kind to others, who knows, maybe our world will become a bit better.
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Tell us what you think of it – has Thomas done the right thing by making this problem public? Do you believe that racism is a problem we should solve? Feel free to share your thoughts or experience in the comments.