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Disabled woman shames businessmen for refusing to give up seats

Cat Lee suffers from crippling pain resulting from nerve damage she got during surgery, so any chance she can get to sit down is very helpful. According to Daily Mail, she said she was forced to stand on a Virgin East Coast train for more than an hour after two businessmen refused to move from her reserved seats yesterday. The 43-year-old and her friend snapped photos of the men and posted them on Facebook.
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