Good manners should be taught from an early age. Both parents and teachers have a shared responsibility to teach children respect and courtesy. Their difficult task involves molding children to become upright individuals as they grow up, whether at home or at school. It begins with bringing simple terms like ‘thank you’ and ‘please’ into their daily conversations. From there, they should learn to be nice to neighbors and clean up after themselves.
Unfortunately, some people make it into adulthood without learning enough about basic good behavior. Such people aren’t shy about being rude, disrespectful, or trashy in public. However, in the age of smartphones and social media, their poor behavior is being shared with the world as a warning to others that bad manners aren’t tolerated by everyone in society. Read on to meet some of the worst offenders.