So, TTC operators are sick of people taking their picture as they sleep on the job, smoke on the job, take egregiously-long breaks or leave collector booths unmanned so people can sail right through.
There's apparently also a Facebook group for them (although I couldn't seem to find it).
Now, I realize pictures don't often tell the whole story; life is pretty nuanced, at times, and one single snapshot can be misleading. But, I think you'll agree that pretty much every picture or video that's come out recently showing a TTC employee doing something they shouldn't has been undeniably damning. I mean, the one dude was sleeping with his hands folded over his gut, and the video of that late-night driver shows that he was in the coffee shop for seven minutes as the bus idled away (after being 15 minutes late, and being belligerent to the passenger afterward). How can that be anything less than conclusive?
Being a good little unionist, my first instinct is to try to see it from the workers' point of view. But, in the end, it boils down to this: if you're being a jagoff on the job, don't lash out at the person who catches you, just stop being a jagoff.