I'm riding the bus home and two elderly, slow moving women with canes board, sitting in the seats reserved for those with disabilities near the front of the bus. I see one women pull the stop request cord and the driver rolls right past the next stop. Whatever, it's even happened to me a few times, I just ask the driver to stop and s/he will let me off wherever. At this point I turn my iPod off and the women are trying to get the driver's attention; he's just completely ignoring them.
He drives to the next stop, including going through a busy four-lane intersection. The women approach him, asking "Why didn't you stop before?" and he says "Why didn't you stay seated until I stopped like I told you to?" I didn't see them stand up while the bus was moving but maybe I missed it. As they're exiting, he yells goodbye in a sarcastic tone.
The stops were about 600 metres apart and, as I said, the women couldn't walk very quickly so I hope they didn't have an appointment or something.