On a bus, a bizarre incident occurred. The bus was full, it was a typical day, and the driver was silently cruising along.
One of the passengers noticed something strange on the driver’s coat; upon closer inspection, he discovered several insects crawling all over the driver’s neck and ears. The man was astonished beyond belief that there were hundreds.
He began to record the entire event, and he subsequently posted the footage to Facebook. Primo Onipa, the passenger who recorded the incident, said in a Facebook post that the insects were lice and that he chose to humiliate the bus driver because he was so upset and disgusted by what had happened.
The driver, according to Primo, smelled awful and appeared to have not had a bath or changed his clothing in more than a year. In fact, the unfortunate driver can be seen in the photos looking to have become accustomed to these little parasites and no longer seem to affect him.
After viewing the video on Facebook, internet users expressed their outrage fairly sharply, stating that a man with lice should not be in charge of a bus carrying many passengers.
Lice are microscopic insects that live on the scalp and feed on blood. When they eat, they shoot saliva into the skin, which causes itching.
The louse is the size of a sesame seed and is gray/brown in appearance. Because of the optimal temperature circumstances, the female secretes a chemical that ensures the attachment of the eggs to the hair; eggs are attached to 3–4 millimeters of the base of the hair.
It usually occurs behind the ears and in the occipital region of the neck; at the beginning, during the initial illness, itching may not be present. The chance of superinfection rises when the sores are scratched.
Since they are little and move quickly, lice are hard to spot. Eventually, though, they can be “caught” by covering the contaminated region with sticky tape.
Lice are among the worst parasites for people, which is bad for one’s self-esteem and self-image.
Lice, according to experts, are not an indication of poverty or poor hygiene. Lice may exist on the cleanest of people. The main issue is that they may spread a number of illnesses and are transmitted from person to person.
Take a look at the images of the bus driver, who has hundreds of lice crawling all over him:
The video was sadly taken down by the uploader.