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Can I eat instant noodles on the high-speed rail? The official explanation is that it can be eaten

Can we eat instant noodles on the high-speed rail? Recently, a small video caught fire: a man ate instant noodles on the high-speed rail, but a woman got angry with him. They even upgraded their online swearing, and many netizens started fighting. Do you think instant noodles can be eaten on the high-speed rail? What should you do when someone eats instant noodles on the high-speed rail?

Railway customer service: high speed railway does not prohibit eating instant noodles

So the problem comes, first of all, regardless of the attitude involved in the quarrel, Dahe client reporter inquired from the railway customer service and learned that: high-speed railway does not sell instant noodles, but there is no provision prohibiting eating instant noodles!

In fact, according to the latest revision of the catalogue of prohibited and restricted articles for railway inbound passengers, articles with strong irritant odor, articles with odor and other peculiar smell, living animals (except guide dogs), and articles that may hinder public health, can damage It is also prohibited to damage or pollute the station, train service facilities, equipment and spare parts, such as stinky tofu and durian, if they affect other passengers. In other words, durian and stinky tofu can't be brought with high-speed rail.

The two sides argued fiercely: who is right and who is wrong in the 'face to face' fight on the high-speed rail?

After a bowl of small videos of instant noodles on the high-speed railway spread on the Internet, many netizens commented. Reporters in the microblog and clients see that although the comments are fierce, they basically show a one-sided trend, that is, most netizens think: high-speed rail can't eat instant noodles on the high-speed rail without express provisions! Then people can eat instant noodles without problems! If just because they are not happy, it's not a mess?

However, many netizens analyzed it from a more rational point of view. They believed that although the law or regulations did not prohibit it, from the aspect of social morality, male passengers who eat instant noodles can ask the opinions of the surrounding passengers before eating instant noodles or go to the joint of dining car and carriage to eat. Although the woman has done well, it is a virtue not to eat anything smelling in public.

Here are some comments from some netizens:

To support the point of view of "instant noodle man":

I'm also afraid of smelling instant noodles in a closed environment! But I don't think other people's eating instant noodles is wrong! Besides, the high-speed railway doesn't prohibit taking instant noodles and other non-staple foods on the train! You can choose not to eat them if you can't smell them or you can leave for a while when others are eating them!

I tolerate all but closed space smokers. Sometimes it's good to be tolerant to others.

If it's the express prohibition of eating instant noodles and throwing at women on the high-speed rail, it may be a reluctant thing to say. In fact, even if it's the express prohibition of eating instant noodles, throwing is a shame! I can't stand asking the conductor to say it or go away, but since it's time for dinner, there are instant noodles everywhere. This woman is embarrassed. If I can't stand it, I'll drive or pack Car Bar & hellip; & hellip;

After watching the video for more than ten seconds, I can't bear it! The man who eats instant noodles is very cultured. He has changed his temper. He has already put the instant noodles box on the woman's head with soup and water & hellip;

High speed rail is too high for instant noodles?

Can't afford a box of rice, and don't let them eat instant noodles and drink enough water?

If you have sensitive nose, you can't wear a mask. If you have any questions, ask the stewardess. What's that?

Eat when you need. Some people are ugly, some people have sweat, some people cough loudly all the way, these people can't get on the car? I feel like vomiting when I smell the apple, and others can't eat the apple? Is it a consensus that instant noodles taste big and make people sick?

Netizens who support the idea of "mad women":

The point is not to make noodles, it's that the man ignores the woman's request and calmly challenges her with words, saying: 'don't pay attention to her, don't worry, eat slowly!' er & hellip; & hellip; the man is also looking for himself. He should eat in the dining car and take turns to eat.

Of course, if I eat stinky tofu on the train, I also want to scold.

Comments of rational netizens:

Why doesn't the ordinary express train have the problem of "is it bad to eat instant noodles"? What's the difference between the high-speed railway and the ordinary train in terms of speed?

There is no rule that you can't eat, but you can politely ask the people around you if you mind. As the saying goes, you can't reach out to smile.

It is recommended to choose dried instant noodles or small buckets of soup noodles. If you have to eat instant noodles, you should solve it at the junction of the carriage in case of affecting others. I don't think it's a big problem, and there's no prohibition. Especially when you see people eating. The best choice is to have a cold meal like bread sandwich with fruit. You may not have bread alone, but you can bring something else, such as chicken leg and marinated egg, to go with it. Take whatever you like. It's nothing without instant noodles.

Can I eat instant noodles on the high-speed rail?

Instant noodles are not forbidden on the high-speed rail

Our reporter inquired from the railway customer service and learned that: there is no ban on instant noodles on the high-speed railway!

Similarly, some tourists will ask if I can eat durian or stinky tofu on noodles?

In fact, according to the latest revised catalogue of prohibited and restricted articles for railway entering the station, articles with strong irritant odor, articles with odor and other peculiar smell, living animals (except guide dogs), articles that may hinder public health, and articles that can damage or pollute station, train service facilities and equipment. For example, stinky tofu and durian are also prohibited if they affect other passengers. In other words, durian and stinky tofu can't be brought with high-speed rail.