Do clothes make the man?
This man investigates the dichotomy between the treatment of rich people and poor people as he attempts to ride a city bus for free. The bus drivers appear to have no issue waving his fee when our subject is dressed sharply, but they do not give him access when dressed down. But we have to question the experiment a bit. Maybe it’s his confidence that grants him a free ride? Or perhaps the rarity of a man in a tux saying he left his wallet at home catches the drivers off guard?
What are your thoughts on the approach and outcome of his look at class privilege?