She says "I don't want anyone sitting next to me" with her Louis Vuitton bag in the other seat.
Dave, the conductor on this train, doesn't bother quoting from the rule book. He informs her there's no other seats, and Louis Vuitton will have to buy a ticket if he wants a seat of his own.
Then the fun ensues.
Granted, it wasn't as dramatic as you would hope, but when the cop shows up, you KNOW NJ Transit means business.
I am been on so many train rides in NYC, NJ, and of course Metro in Washington, DC to know that you HAVE to make room for other people. Because, if you don't, this is what ends up happening.