People say I’m too pretty to drive a bus, and I’m tired of people accusing me of being vain because I wear make-up.

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People say I’m too pretty to drive a bus, and I’m tired of people accusing me of being vain because I wear make-up.

A YOUNG bus driver has disclosed that she is labeled “too pretty” to do her work and that wearing make-up is viewed as “attention-seeking.”

Charmane Isabella, who goes by the handle @charsbusbanter on TikTok, recently posted a video on the difficulties she faces at work.

She acted out customers criticizing her for wearing make-up on her shift and questioning who she was trying to please in a light-hearted tape.

“You look exhausted, did you get any sleep last night?” people say to her if she doesn’t wear make-up, she says.

Some people tell Charmane she’s “too pretty” to be a bus driver, and when she asks what a normal bus driver looks like, she’s told “aged, bald, and cranky.”

The most difficult aspect of the job, though, is not dealing with passenger comments.

“So it’s actually not being able to go to the toilet when you need to go to the toilet,” she stated.

“It’s particularly challenging for women.”

“It’s a fundamental human right.”

The best part of her job, she remarked on Instagram, is being alone all day without a boss telling her what to do, but it may be “lonely.”

The most bizarre incident that has happened to her is that someone “pooped” on the bus and “spread it on the seats.”

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