Bus driver asks Gold to move to the back for holding hands with his boyfriend
Singer Ari Gold told The Village Voice's Michael Musto that a Short Line bus driver told him he had to move to the back of the bus because he was holding hands with a guy and it was "making [the driver] uncomfortable."
The driver then pulled the bus over and called a New York State trooper after Gold stood up for himself. Gold told everyone on the bus why they had stopped, and when the officer arrived he found nothing wrong with what Gold was doing, obviously.
Gold later wrote on his Facebook page: "Haven't reached anyone from Shortline yet. I'll call Lamda Legal to see if there's any action to take or at least make sure Short Line gives better employee training. I stood up to the driver despite my racing heart. I can only imagine what that might have done to someone who couldn't."
Check out one of this sexy man's videos and applaud him for calling out this moronic bus driver and standing his ground.