Is this just a Cairns thing, or what?
A reader sent me this pic of these folk, at Cairns Central this week.
When I've travelled abroad, through large populated cities like London, there's a convention that if you're being a slack-arse, you stand to the left, so normal moving human beings can walk past and get on with their life.
It always befuddles me when people jump on an escalator, they not take only take up the entire width that prevents any normal walking human being from passing, but they stand still.
And why do they stop walking on an escalator, or a stair version, instead of walking?
What's that about?