Passenger removed from train after talking on her cell phone for 16 hours. <a class="postlink" href="http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_thelookout/20110518/us_yblog_thelookout/loud-cell-phone-talker-removed-from-quiet-car-by-police" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_thelookou ... -by-police</a> A woman who was escorted off an Amtrak train by police this weekend after she allegedly refused to stop talking loudly on her cell-phone has the Internet cheering her fate. Civilians and quiet-car champions are supporting her ejection for violating policy at high volume during the 16-hour journey. It doesn't help her cause that she became belligerent when confronted about it by one of her fellow passengers. KOMO News reports that Lakeysha Beard says she felt "disrespected" by the incident, though passengers said it was Beard who was being rude by refusing to stop yapping while sitting in one of the train's designated quiet cars. She had not stopped talking since the train pulled out of Oakland, California, 16 hours before it reached Salem, Oregon, when a passenger confronted her about the talking. That's when Beard got "aggressive," KATU reports, and conductors stopped the train so that police could remove her and charge her with disorderly conduct. It wouldn't have taken me 16 hours to tell her to shut up and take her phone, especially in the reserved quiet car. Focus What social more offenders bother you the most? Have you ever confronted someone? Continous talking in theaters during a movie is completely unacceptable. After more than a couple times, I'll turn around and make eye contact with them. That usually stops it. If I'm behind them, I've been known to throw popcorn.