Rat On Subway
January 14, 2011 by staff
Rat On Subway, You can expect to find rats in some subway stations in New York City, but not on the train itself. “I was screaming, crying, it was not a pretty picture of this train,” Collins said Nesha, a suburb.
A rat has taken nearly every inch of the downtown No. 4 train, jumping on everything and everyone in its path.
“This guy unhappy, he just got a face full of rats,” said Jeffrey Forde, the man who captured the video of the incident.
Forde was conducted on the same train on Tuesday at around 2:00 and spotted rat rowdy, so he took out his pocket camera.
“Some people get it and tell the story later, when other people like me would it actually show people and taken later,” said Forde.
After all, who would have thought a rat would be wandering in a subway car, Nesha Collins thought that everything was done until she saw the video itself.
“No, it’s not funny, that was bad,” said Collins.
Jeffrey said at first he was napping, heard a scream, saw the rat and took a picture of him resting comfortably on the lap of the sleeping man.
“I said, ‘Wait a minute, even if it does, I must get it on video,” said Forde.
The rat has held up its end of the transaction.
“The rat was really scared, trying to find a place to hide, the rat was more scared, then everyone has been, a couple of people got off the train remained on some people, some people attended other cars, “said Forde.
As for the man who got up close and personal with rats, he just shrugged it all off.
“He just kind of shrugged their shoulders, the rat jumped off, he went back to sleep like it was so routine for him, he went back to sleep,” said Forde.
“We pay a lot of money to have rats in the train like that, what if the little man, he went to his neck,” said Collins.
Jeffrey said he did not know how the rat got here or where he went last time Jeffrey saw him was when he got off the train as the rat was still running.
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