Crotch grabbing must stop

So I was in a taxi the other day and while the conductor called for more passengers, this guy who was waiting for a taxi going to another destination, stood there and started tugging at his member so vigorously that I feared it would bleed.
Rachel Garuka
Rachel Garuka

So I was in a taxi the other day and while the conductor called for more passengers, this guy who was waiting for a taxi going to another destination, stood there and started tugging at his member so vigorously that I feared it would bleed.

I quickly looked around the taxi to see if anyone was witnessing this foul crime but unfortunately there was only a guy who kept his eyes on the magazine he was reading and an elderly woman who looked straight ahead.

After the conductor realised that no more passengers were coming his way, he told the driver to proceed. I turned to give the man one last look and caught him shaking hands with someone he’d bumped into. Poor fellow!

On more than one occasion, I’ve seen guys walk around grabbing that part of their body as if it has some serious issues. I cannot begin to tell you how uncomfortable that is for the people who watch it happen. I know it’s none of my business looking there but hey, eyes are like that, the second they notice something unusual, getting them not to analyse the situation a bit further is close to impossible.

Also, it’s one thing to scratch your privates like that in public but to want a handshake from someone shortly after is infuriating beyond words. And what’s with that thing some men do when they are walking? I have noticed guys who walk around with their hand attached to their crotch - every two seconds, he is adjusting it!

Seeing as I’m not a man I can’t possibly begin to understand what goes on down there but whatever it is, why can’t it be done in private – like a loo or something where you can also wash your hands in case you bump into someone? Alternatively, if these culprits learned to buy underwear that actually fitted them, they wouldn’t have a problem.

Honestly, how many women do you see going around offending people with such actions? This is something so erroneous, that not even an itchy disease could justify the action. I once asked a friend why some men do that, he told me women found it sexy!

Just one question -who are these women and what’s up with their eyesight? I refuse to believe that any woman –blind or not – finds that attractive. It’s downright maddening! If a guy ever came up to me to talk after interacting with his crotch that way – well – let’s just say I’d ask him to buy insecticide for his flee infested area – because sometimes I think that is the problem!

 

Have Your SayLeave a comment