Transport for London
LONDON — A pregnant woman has spoken of her shock after she was asked to prove she is expecting a baby in an argument over a seat on the London Underground, The Telegraph reported.
The woman was wearing a "Baby on Board" badge when the argument happened on a Victoria line Tube in Stockwell, south London, on October 28, the report said.
The "Baby on Board" badge program was launched by Transport for London in 2005 to give pregnant women more visibility when travelling on the subway, according to The Telegraph. For the full story, click here.