I think the most important thing to do is to try to find someone in authority who can assist you –...
I think the most important thing to do is to try to find someone in authority who can assist you –
e.g. a police officer or someone who has some ability to assist you in your specific situation.
For example, I was in a train station, and a man kept aggressively giving me unwanted attention.
I had to be in that train station for something like 12 hours waiting for my next train. I had
tried to find the station police, but could not. I could see that the ticket agent was noticing
my situation, and after several times of my rebuking this man, he called me to him and offered
that I could sit in the area behind the ticket window with him, waiting for my train so that the
man could no longer approach me. He then also called the station police to have them tell the man
to leave me alone. That ticket agent was an angel! I spent the next 12 hours waiting for my train
behind the ticket window in peace.