A woman in Singapore recently expressed her irritation towards parents pushing prams who "feel entitled" to enter lifts before others
An advocate of the "first come, first serve" approach, the woman contended that it "doesn't matter if you have a pram, trolley, or even wheelchair"
Advocating for common courtesy, outraged netizens argued that while taking the lift is merely out of convenience for some, it is the "only way" for others
Despite the backlash, the woman stood by her opinion that people should not prioritise certain groups when entering lifts.
"You can do it out of 'courtesy' but again, you are not obliged to," she said.
"And yes, I mentioned wheelchairs too. I have been in a wheelchair, I have pushed people who are wheelchai- bound around, and I still do not expect anyone to give me priority just because of it," she wrote in a Facebook post.
"You're here first and the elevator doesn't have enough space for both of us? Sure, go ahead. I can take the next one," she added.
Soon after, she wrote another follow-up Facebook post calling out those who criticised her for differing opinions
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