Speaking of embarassing moments....
Almost eleven years ago, I was returning from lunch when a woman walked out of a bathroom and cut me off in the hallway. I had to move to avoid being bump into. Although I found her behavior to be rude, I noticed there were two problems she probably wasn`t aware of. I attempted to stop her before she could walk into the highly populated common area where the elevators were. Obviously she found my attempt to delay her to be a nuisance. She whipped around and snapped "what do you want?" Given her tone, I deceided to only tell her about the toilet paper which was trailing from her shoe and remained silent about the other problem.
She huffed in discust and wiped the toilet paper off leaving it lingering in the hallway. She was so rude that I decided to kept quite and allowed her to embarass herself. I watched as she briskly approached the common area to catch an elevator. People were turning their heads left and right but not one single person approached her. Instead they were wispering to each other, snickering and pointing to her.
Oblivious as to what was occuring she climbed into the elevator. We had probably traveled two maybe three floors before another person tried to tell her she had an embarassing problem. She was just as rude to them as she had been to me; but unlike me they didn`t remain silent. Instead they took great pleasure in telling her to pull her skirt out of her nylons and to stop flashing her rear end to everyone & their brother. The woman turned three shades of red and quickly pulled her skirt out of her nylons. That was the first and last time I ever saw her in the building.
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