Whether it’s blood, vomit, or urine, New York City commuters are used to seeing a range of bodily fluids on the train. Every once in a while, however, they’ll be treated to something special: a dog in a bag.
Twitter user @WillSCourtney recently witnessed an owner with his enormous dog in what can only be described as a bag-like structure. (It appears to be a big brown sack with holes.) The dog’s owner attempted to board a subway with his dog in the sack, only to be turned away by an MTA conductor.
Saw this guy arguing with an @MTA conductor about bringing his dog on the subway. Dude said the dog’s burlap sack was a bag; conductor said nope, wouldn’t let him on the train@Gothamist @A_W_Gordon @2AvSagas #NYCSubway pic.twitter.com/qjgN5anKV3