Two Subway Cars In New York Were 'Covered In Feces' This Morning

A dispatch from the life of a New York City subway commuter this morning: feces.

Here are some tweets.

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Here are some more tweets.

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And a few more.

Illustration for article titled Two Subway Cars In New York Were Covered In Feces This Morning

The New York City subway is hell! Greatest city in the world? Fact check: no.

I called the MTA to find out exactly what “covered in feces” means and will update this post if they respond.

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potbellyjoe
PotbellyJoe and 42 others

So, just a comment to anyone ever visiting NYC. If a subway car is empty at a time when subway cars are not typically empty, DO NOT GET ON THE EMPTY CAR! You do not know what horrors await you, but they will be there. People who are used to, and tolerate, everything NYC can do to them have decided it’s not worth being in that car. Enough said. Board an empty NYC subway car during normal hours at your own peril.