It’s a beautiful moment when an etiquette breach is handled in a gallant manner.
Enter Robert Gibbs, White House press secretary. In a recent briefing, Gibbs politely asked reporters to set their phones to vibrate mode (common courtesy - it would seem - during any meeting…or is it just us?).
When a cell phone started ringing, Gibbs took action: confiscation.
Not even 30 seconds later, another journalist’s phone rang. He boldly replied and left the briefing.
Talk about rude!
Take a look at how Gibbs handled the manners misdemeanour:
Perhaps, these phone addicts should review the basics of mobile telephone manners.