UK Bus Driver Kicks Passengers Off Bus…

So he can pray!

 The white Islamic convert rolled out his prayer mat in the aisle and knelt on the floor facing Mecca.

Passengers watched in amazement as he held out his palms towards the sky, bowed his head and began to chant.

One guy whipped out his cell phone to videotape the special moment from outside the bus. The video can be viewed at The Sun Online.

“Eventually everyone started complaining. One woman said, ‘What the hell are you doing? I’m going to be late for work’.”

After a few minutes the driver calmly got up, opened the doors and asked everyone back on board.

But when the already unnerved passengers saw the driver’s rucksack on the floor, they refused to get back on.

“One chap said, ‘I’m not getting on there now’.


“An elderly couple also looked really confused and worried.

“After seeing that no-one wanted to get on he drove off and we all waited until the next bus came about 20 minutes later. I was left totally stunned. It made me not want to get on a bus again.”

Perhaps they were being paranoid. But as one person said in the comment section:

“you cant fault anyone for not wanting to get back on after the rucksack came out – the London bombings are still very much with the general public and it is a legitimate concern that we all have to live with. The world IS a much different place post 9-11/7-7…”

Also, judging from the comments, people would very much like to see this bus driver “sacked“.

I totally agree.

Hat tip: Lucianne



6 thoughts on “UK Bus Driver Kicks Passengers Off Bus…

  1. Pingback: Muslim Bus Driver Kicks Passengers Off Bus So He Can Pray : The American Pundit

  2. Islamic creep is really pushing forward in the UK. Soon, citizens in the UK will be hearing the Arabic call for morning prayers over a loud speaker system. But hey, were not far behind. Give us a couple of lefty liberal administrations in the next 8 years and we we’ll all be kneeling toward Mecca.


  3. Sorry for the O/T remark: I saw your comment over at geoff’s about your son. I’m sorry to hear he didn’t get accepted. There is some seriously fierce competition for those slots.

    I’m not sure how old your son is, but if he is getting ready to go to college, might I suggest Texas A&M? The Corps of Cadets produces excellent officers and is well-thought-of in the services. (We like to quote General Patton: “Give me an army of West Point graduates and I’ll win a battle, but give me a handful of Texas Aggies and I’ll win a war!” He may not have actually said that, but it gives us the warm fuzzies, so let’s just pretend it’s true.)

    Virginia Tech also has a well-regarded ROTC, but naturally, I maintain that the Corps is better.


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