Pregnant Olivia Wilde calls out subway riders for not offering seat

NEW YORK (ABC NEWS) -- Olivia Wilde has never been one to hold back when she wants to joke on social media or to call out people she feels deserve it.

She took to Twitter yesterday to slam NYC subway riders for not giving up their seats to pregnant women. Wilde, who is expecting her second child, suggested that she may have been a victim of this lack of manners.

"NBD, able-bodied riders who won't give your seat to a GIANT preggo. I'll just stand riiiiight next to your head and pray I go into labor," she wrote.

Wilde, 32, announced she and fiance Jason Sudeikis were expecting again back in April. The two already have a son Otis, 2, born in 2014.

Months after the birth of her first child, Wilde spoke to ABC News about how Otis had changed her life for the better.

"Love is what has unlocked the happiest parts of my life," Wilde said. "Not only falling in love with my fiance, but then having a child and falling in love on a completely different level. I just have found my sources of inspiration in life and it all comes from witnessing love."


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