Tuesday, 17 February 2009
Mills & Boon came out in protest today against Virgin's ban on public displays of affection in UK stations.
“Romantic embraces and passionate kisses are a vital part of life and should never be discouraged. We believe that attempting to restrict passion to certain times or areas is a denial of the human right to express love” says M&B spokeswoman Sarah Ritherdon.
The Virgin move outraged Cheshire travellers who are denied the right to kiss goodbye to their loved ones.
Britain is the latest country to have this kind of behaviour order imposed loved-up couples. Similar limits have been set up in Moscow, Chicago, Paris and Mexico city causing angry protesters to set up flash mob kissing and snog ins.
Outraged commuter at Warrington Bank Quay Station said: “There’s enough doom and gloom around at the moment, why are Virgin trying to impose more misery?”
If you're as annoyed by the breach of our fundamental right to kiss in public, please download the posters, join the facebook group, join the twitter activists, change all your profiles to these posters and help us spread the word!
Back British Romance! Kiss goodbye to no kissing! Kiss off, kiss killjoys!
Posted by www.stlukes.co.uk at 11:48