The New York subway is not just crowded; it's a crazy place. And to prove that, we went out on the street here in Brooklyn and asked people getting off it to share the craziest thing they ever saw on the subway.
What is the craziest thing you've ever seen on the subway?
This one woman spilled her oatmeal, and then a kid, someone else's kid, tried eating it. Ugh, it was bad.
There was this guy sitting next to me, like nothing weird about it at first, and then he reaches into his, like, CVS bag and grabs a deodorant and he, like, opens it and starts, like, putting it all over his body, like, on top of his clothes, like, just painting his body with this stick of deodorant.
有個男的坐在我旁邊，起初沒什麼不對勁的，然後他把手伸進他的 CVS 藥妝店袋子抓出一支體香劑，然後他打開它，並且開始塗在他全身上下，連衣服上都有，好像在用那條體香劑塗滿他的身體一樣。
I mean it's crazy, but I've seen a lot of rats. I've seen them once run across, like, seven people. And I'm like, "Okay, I'm outta here."
Oh, the butt-nakedness. Um...naked women.
People peeing in a cup, and then when the train, like, stops, they just drop the cup, and the pee just, like, sloshed all over the train.
I have seen an older gentleman chase a young woman with a cane to beat her for no reason.
I one time saw a guy... It was like Halloween, so we were waiting for the train late-night, and the trash barge showed up, and this kid just got on the trash barge and rode it away. And I'm fairly certain he's dead now.
I don't remember. As I said, I don't use the subway more, but it wasn't crazy—it was very common when I was young that men would stand on the platform outside the subway, and as you were in the subway looking out, they tended to masturbate at you. But it was, you know, sort of norm—you didn't even react to it, and uh, that's fun...yeah.
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And that's how Grandma met Grandpa. All right.